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Pain right side under ribs front and back, no stones and 90% function, gallbladder disease cause pain? Ideas?

Pain right side under ribs front and back, no stones and 90% function, gallbladder disease cause pain? Ideas?

Nonspecific pain: This pain could be caused by a lot of things. If it's not your gallbladder, it could be an ulcer, gastritis, biliary system, kidney stone, or muscular pain. Your symptoms are very nonspecific and could be a variety of things. Consult a physician in your area. ...Read more

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2wks ago over stretched and fell,major pain right side under rib goes to back. whole right side swollen and hard …painful all the time. Go see a dr?

2wks ago over stretched and fell,major pain right side under rib goes to back. whole right side swollen and hard …painful all the time.  Go see a dr?

Not a bad idea: If after 2 weeks pain is still quite severe and especially if the pain increases upon inspirations and prevents you from catching a nice full breath then, you'll want to know whether or not there was a rib fracture. For that you'll need an X-ray. If you'd like to discuss anything on a private consultation feel free to make an appointment with me by using Key Code: PDXFNR ...Read more

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Abdominal pain right side under ribs, spreading to back, hip and leg. Lab shows ALT high, gallbladder was removed last year. Should I be concerned?

Abdominal pain right side under ribs, spreading to back, hip and leg. Lab shows ALT high, gallbladder was removed last year. Should I be concerned?

See your doctor.: We don't have enough detail here to guess as to what's wrong with you, but knowing that you're having pain and that your ALT is high indicates that you need more work up. I would go back to your doctor for that. You may need a referral to a gastroenterologist for a liver evaluation. Do not ignore it. Good luck. ...Read more

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I had C-section 12th june 2012, since then I have had constant pain in right side under ribs with burning in back, ultrasound shows excess bowel gas?

I had C-section 12th june 2012, since then I have had constant pain in right side  under ribs with burning in back, ultrasound shows excess bowel gas?

You need : A workup. A full exam and possibly a ct or MRI to make sure nothing abnormal is going on. A c-section is a bloody operation and sometimes some things that can be injured cannot be seen at the time of surgery. ...Read more

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Pain after eating like I have swallowed a brick, pain right side under rib and into my back. Severe belching gallbladder was removed two years ago?

Pain after eating like I have swallowed a brick, pain right side under rib and into my back. Severe belching gallbladder  was removed two years ago?

Gastroparesis?: This is a disease that is not understood well, but may have symtoms like this. It's when the stomach doesn't properly empty. Usually diagnosed based on symptoms, upper endoscopy, and nuclear medicine gastric emptying study. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Pain in right side of back under last rib on back side of my back pulls when I breath in and move a certain way or sit a certain way muscle or kidney?

Pain in right side of back under last rib on back side of my back pulls when I breath in and move a certain way or sit a certain way muscle or kidney?

Likely muscular: Pain or discomfort that occurs and is worsened by movement or changes in position are usually musculoskeletal in nature. Can try some anti-inflammatories like low dose over the counter ibuprofen taken with food. See your doctor if pain continues or gets more severe. ...Read more

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Pain right side under rib cage, goes onto my back and toward my belly. If I push my tummy it goes away when I move it comes back.

Pain right side under rib cage, goes onto my back and toward my belly. If I push my tummy it goes away when I move it comes back.

Doctor can check: In that area are the liver, gallbladder, part of the intestine, and of course some muscle and ribs. The right kidney is deeper inside, near there. One's primary care doctor can examine to see if there is any reason to worry. A patient can write down details such as when the pain started, was it sudden or gradual, was there any trauma (such as in sports), etc., and show the details to the doctor. ...Read more