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I have sore spot right near bottom of left rib cage. Feels like touching a bruise. It comes and goes. Worse when sitting. Location moves?

I have sore spot right near bottom of left rib cage.  Feels like touching a bruise.  It comes and goes.  Worse when sitting. Location moves?

Costochondritis?: It sounds like it might be costochondritis, which is not serious, but if the pain persists, you should have your doctor check it out. ...Read more

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2mos off/on dull intermittent ache bottom of left rib cage almost on top of stomach. Feels muscular but can also feel acidic in tummy. Any idea?

2mos off/on dull intermittent ache bottom of left rib cage almost on top of stomach. Feels muscular but can also feel acidic in tummy. Any idea?

See your doctor: As you mentioned that you may have increased 'acid in your tummy', this may mean or point toward some form of hyperacidity issue occurring in your stomach that needs to be worked up. So that should be the first place to start. Also, it's important to not eat close to bedtime, reduce any form of acidic or tomato-based products, processed foods, fried foods, sodas, sugary desserts or carbs. ...Read more

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What is under someones left bottom rib cage?

What is under someones left bottom rib cage?

Spleen, tail of pan-: Creas, kidney, colon are the main organs. See your doctor if you are experiencing symptoms there. ...Read more

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What would cause left side bottom part of rib cage push out about an inch alomg with pain?

Hmm???: Without knowing your history, nor examining you it is difficult to say. Visit your doctor to get a full examination and figure it out. ...Read more

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Should I be worried I've had a pain in my left side of the back of my rib cage at the bottom. I've had this pain for4 days.

Pain for 4 days: It depends if the pain is getting better or not. If it is getting better, then you should not be worried. If it is not getting better, then it becomes a concern. See if it is better or gone in the next couple of days. If it is not better or worsens, then I would recommend that you get it evaluated. ...Read more

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Any advice? I have noticed that my left rib cage, bottom right of it sticks out more than my right rib cage. So is this normal?

Any advice? I have noticed that my left rib cage, bottom right of it sticks out more than my right rib cage. So is this normal?

Yes and no: Not perfectly " normal" but not unusual. A fairly high percentage of people will have what is known as an symmetric trunk rotation which can be associated with an symmetric appearance to their trunk/ribs, it can sometimes be associated with scoliosis as well. Don't hesitate to mention to your primary care doctor next time you are seen. ...Read more

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At the bottom of my left rob cage, i can feel like a soft movable ball attached to it (where it almost meets right rib cage) is this normal or what?

At the bottom of my left rob cage, i can feel like a soft movable ball attached to it (where it almost meets right rib cage) is this normal or what?

Ball: It sounds like you may have a fatty tumor called lipoma, which is benign in nature. It's my guess, of course, so checking with a local doc is advisable if you're concerned or if it bothers you. ...Read more

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Now and again I get a pain that's under my left rib and sometimes goes round to my back its at the bottom of my rib cage , it's mainly wen I'm sitting?

Now and again I get a pain that's under my left rib and sometimes goes round to my back its at the bottom of my rib cage , it's mainly wen I'm sitting?

See answer: Pain under the left rib that radiates around to the back when sitting could be due to a number of causes. More often than not it's musculoskeletal in origin or a pinched nerve. Pain that has been intermittent for over a year, without getting worse, is less likely to be due to a serious cause. However if the pain concerns you, trust your intuition and see your physician for a proper diagnosis. ...Read more