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Right Lower Rib Cage Pain
22 yo f in good health experiencing mild pains on right lower rib cage. Pain in right back when running. Kidney disease or liver cancer likely?
Q 4 Physiatry, Sport: A healthy runner would be unlikely to have a major illness. Hence if i saw someone in my college town practice who was 22, i would refer her to orthopedic surgery or sports medicine clinic for initial evaluation. I would not drop things there, however. I would communicate with all of the consultants, look at ehrs, speak with the patient about changes and continue to refer to specialists as needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Right lower front rib cage pain gotten worse over a week. More right side than center. It makes it uncomfortable to breathe deep or do sit ups.
Rib cage pain: If you can pinpoint the discomfort to the rib cage and not the abdomen, then gall bladder, lung or liver pathology is not likely. Has there been a recent injury, strain from exercises or work activities? Try avoiding any strain on your rib cage or abdominal muscles for a week or so. If distress persists an examination and possibly an xray are advisable. ...Read more
Yes, because: Liver is located largely above the costal (lower rib cage) margin. ...Read more
Light colored, loose and chunky stools along with lower right side rib cage pain after gallbladder surgery 2 weeks ago. Normal?
Yes: Your stools may take time to adjust to a new normal after gallbladder surgery, as you no longer have the bile salts being secreted into the intestine to assist with digestion. As for the R-sided rib pain in the area of the surgery, it is not uncommon to have some residual soreness from the procedure itself. If redness, fever, distention in setting of the soreness would prompt more urgent check-up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've got a single large gallstone. Had some epigastric pain in the night that spread along my lower right rib cage. The pain lasted 5 hours?
Many things: This problem mandates a real-time (face-to-face) meeting with a doctor. A history has to be taken along with a examination as well as labs and other tests. Only after all this will your doctor be in a position to tell you what's wrong and what needs to be done to help you. ...Read more
Several causes: In young persons, lower thoracic pain could be due to local trauma (bruise), pain associated with a virus (if the child has a fever), pleurisy (inflammation of the lung's lining), bronchitis, pneumonia or some other cause. If the pain continues, or if there is fever, see the doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies: There are a number of possibilities, I would not hesitate to be seen. Potential causes can include pain at the rib bone/ cartilage junction (costochondritis), a thoracic radiculopathy, pleurisy, or from an organ just under the rib such as the liver, lung, gall bladder, stomach, etc. don't hesitate to be seen. ...Read more
Could be rib: Dysfunction. Read the following http://www.Basicspine.Com/conditions-procedures/pain-management/slipped-rib-syndrome.Html.Get a more detailed answer ›
Consider being seen: There are a number of possibilities and if it does not improve, you should consider being seen. Among the structures on the left side in that area are the lung, ribs, stomach and pancreas, all of which could potentially cause pain. Costochondritis, which is an inflammation of the rib-cartilage junction is among the more common causes and is quite benign, but you could also have a pneumonia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Consider being seen: There are a number of possibilities and if it does not improve, you should consider being seen. Among the structures on the left side in that area are the lung, ribs, stomach and pancreas, all of which could potentially cause pain. Costochondritis, which is an inflammation of the rib-cartilage junction is among the more common causes and is quite benign, but you could also have a pneumonia. ...Read more
More details: are needed ..however a set of RIB FILMS would be my next step. At your age various pathologic conditions can cause bone pain and the ribs are no exception! Trauma or NOT GET IT CHECKED OUT as soon as practicable! Your PCP (Primary Care Provider) is a good start! Hope this helps! DR Z ...Read more
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