Lower right rib pain for on and off for 2 months. Abdominal CT scan and blood tests normal. What could this be?

Strain. Common things are common. Most of these types of symptoms are musculoskeletal in nature. Is it worse with activity? Is it related to meals? The fact that the scan and labs are normal suggests a muscular issue. Give it some rest and use an anti-inflammatory medication such as Advil (ibuprofen) if you can. If it does not improve, an orthopedic consultation would be appropriate.

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