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Constance Pain Under Right Rib Cage And Back
Because: You probably lean to the right all the time with your mouse in the right hand, phone and other devices. Ask someone to observe you sitting from behind and take a picture when you're not aware to see what your posture is like so you can correct it. Your pain can also be secondary to organ dysfunction such as gall bladder, pancreas, stomach or intestine. See a doctor if it persists. ...Read more
Pain under right rib cage extending to lower back .been having it for about 6 mos now can become severe. gallbladder already out 4 yrs.
Mid right back pain worsened by running kicks in after 25+mins started of spasms now constant band of pain under right rib cage pain refered low right?
Sharp pain under right rib cage traveling to back shoulder blade. Pain lasts over 10hrs. Gallbladder stones ruled out by Dr. Nothing relieves pain. ?
Could still be: Your gallbladder. Many time the GB doesn't empty properly, and removing it relieves the pain. This can be tested for with a CKK HIDA scan, which tracks the filling, then emptying, of your GB. We have the arbitrary criterion of 35% as "normal" but the main thing is do you experience the same pain when you have the test? If not, the pain lies elsewhere. ...Read more
Pain under right rib cage with nausea and constant need to pee, very uncomfortable and is causing lack of sleep. Pain has now spread to my back.
Possible: gallstone or inflamed gallbladder , pancreas or stomach. Go directly to the ER-NOW1 ...Read more
Sharp pain under right rib cage, goes into back and shoulder blade, nausea and vomiting. really soft stools. suggestions?
Talk 2 Ur parents .: Need eval by gastro-enterologist. Usually happens after a fatty meal, & commonly refers 2 the back & sub scapular area. C if it runs in the family, it's very common if indeed it is gall bladder. Good luck. ...Read more
I have gallstones, lately I have this nagging pain on the side of my right rib cage and back can it be the stones?
Fer Sher: The location and description of your pain is likely secondary to gallbladder disease. These attacks typically occur after eating (esp. Fatty foods), last for an hour or more, are assc. W/nausea +/- vomiting, and may radiate into the back. On occasion, chronic obstruction occurs, often leading to constant low-level discomfort. Please see a surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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