Pain in left side under ribs?

?abdominal. Gas entrapment may occur in the colon as it turns in the left upper abdomen. Also there could be inflammation in this part of the colon. If this discomfort persists or is recurrent, you should be examined by your physician who will order the appropriate tests.

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My husband been having bad pain in left side under ribs sometimes shooting thru his groin and down his leg he had so many test but not showing up?

Second opinion. . On the one hand, sometimes it is worth going back to the original medical team to let them know you still don't have an answer. On the other, assemble all your tests and get a fresh second opinion. Let the office know you have records to review and want a second opinion. Ask them to schedule you an appointment when the md might be able to allocate more time. Read more...

Pain in left side under rib by sternum ever since c section two years ago?

2 years? No reason to delay. Check with your friendly lung doc to have it checked out. No reason to wait. CXR or noncontrast CT may be useful. Check with your doc. Good luck and all the best. Read more...

I'm a 19 year old girl who had my gallbladder out at 17 but recently have had sever pain in left side under rib going to my back& worse after eating?

Gastritis or Ulcer. Your symptoms could be due to many different things but gastritis or ulcers commonly cause pain after eating. Sometimes anti acids or acid reducing medications will help. Pancreatitis can also cause pain in the back. If your symptoms don't improve or worsen, see a doctor. Read more...

I have been in pain with left side under ribs toward back 6 hours now. Can't sleep or anything! ?

May be kidney stone. You may have a kidney stone or a kidney infection based on your description, and both conditions are very serious, so I recommend you see your Dr as soon as possible! Read more...

Pain on left side under ribs that goes to my back, recently had gas build up?

See your doctor as . It may be related to your gastrointestinal tract such as acid reflux, gastritis or even an ulcer. This is not typical back pain. Pain originating from the back will radiate to an area, not the opposite. Read more...