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Please explain burning pain under ribs and in back?

Please explain burning pain under ribs and in back?

Get it looked at : Burning pain in the chest and abdomen could reflect a whole bunch of medical diagnosis ... See a doctor to try to nail down if its something serious or not. ...Read more

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Burning Pain (Definition)

Burning pain is one of the hallmarks of pain due to nerve damage. Any skin condition may also cause burning pain. It is different than sharp stabbing pain ...Read more


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Aching burning pain under rib cage. What can I use for this?

Aching burning pain under rib cage. What can I use for this?

Where exactly?: Describe the location, timing and character of the pain in more detail. This is very important to be able to provide you a diagnosis and therefore recommend a treatment. ...Read more

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I have RUQ sudden onset stabbing burning pain under rib cage worse when I move or bend since last night, getting worse and now moving into my back?

Go to urgent care: Although doesn't sound serious, but due to intensity, should rule out any significant pathology. A blood test or X-ray may help to make a definitive diagnosis. Feel better:) ...Read more

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I have a burning pain under my rib cage on my right side?

See your doctor: Your single symptom is too vague to provide any diagnosis. It could be a sign of an ulcer. See your doctor for a thorough evaluation. ...Read more

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Intermittent sharp, burning pain under right ribs x 3 days. Radiates to back. No gallbladder. No other symptoms and pain worse when sitting. Pancreas?

Intermittent sharp, burning pain under right ribs x 3 days. Radiates to back. No gallbladder. No other symptoms and pain worse when sitting. Pancreas?

Several possibilites: Pancreatitis is quite serious, associated fever, sweats, vomiting, loss of appetite and progressive, not intermittent. You could be passing a retained gallstone, could be a hernia, cyst in liver, pleurisy, kidney stone. Okay to check in with your doc, take a friend with you. The exam and lab work, imaging will likely get to a diagnosis. Be well. ...Read more

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Can burning pain under left rib cage front due constipation?

Can burning pain under left rib cage front due constipation?

Pain rib cage: Usually not. This is a radicular pattern from the back. You need to be examined. They will want to know what brings the pain on. What makes it better? What makes it worse? ...Read more

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I have double normal cortisol blood level, have burning pain under my ribs and on left side near umbilicus. Could these symptoms be of adrenal tumor?

Unlikely: Blood cortisol varies considerably throughout the day, so a single value does not mean much. A cortisol-producing adrenal tumor is rare. Pain from an adrenal tumor would more likely cause back pain, if it caused pain at all. See your doctor, but this is unlikely to be an adrenal tumor. ...Read more

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Burning pain under right rib cage. Foul taste in mouth. Right side aches after sitting at desk. Helps to eat. Gallbladder out 2014. Pancreases90% '06.

Possible reflux: It sounds like you may be having some reflux symptoms. Consider a trial of over the counter prilosec and see if this helps. If not, see your doctor as you may need right sided abdominal ultrasound or CT to look at liver and pancreas more closely. ...Read more

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Having right side flank pain burning stabbing pain under rib cage into back area I have a history of 12 stones n dehydration ? Plz help

Having right side flank pain burning stabbing pain under rib cage into back area I have a history of 12 stones  n dehydration ? Plz help

Here are some ...: Your personal experience in handling multiple stones should be the invaluable asset for you to decide when, what, and how to take timely action for current ordeal. If current Sx deviates from those in prior stone attack, go to ER to assure no gallbladder or lung issues. If similar and tolerable, you can wait, but if the pain becomes persistent and you feel chill, that is emergency and go to ER. ...Read more

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