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Sharp chest pains under left lower rib cage by diaphragm. Hurts more after sitting, or with full bladder. Bloated, with frequent smelly gas and urine.?
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Dr. Robert Kwok
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In brief: Needs evaluation
The symptoms of feeling bloated, having frequent malodorous gas, odiferous urine, added to pains in the lower rib cage .
. . All mean that a primary care doctor needs to evaluate the situation. He may refer to a GI doctor if an abdominal problem such as gallstones, digestion problems, or a cancer is suspected. Depending on the situation, a lung, kidney, or heart doctor may also evaluate.

In brief: Needs evaluation
The symptoms of feeling bloated, having frequent malodorous gas, odiferous urine, added to pains in the lower rib cage .
. . All mean that a primary care doctor needs to evaluate the situation. He may refer to a GI doctor if an abdominal problem such as gallstones, digestion problems, or a cancer is suspected. Depending on the situation, a lung, kidney, or heart doctor may also evaluate.
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