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Having a muscle protrude out below my breast due to yoga and exercise. Blood work showed enzymes for gallbladder and liver are low. Could this be related?

For several months, sometimes when stretching , doing Yoga , bending, or while doing crunches, I have a muscle protrude out below my right breast but above my ribcage. It is about the width of two fingers and a couple inches in length. I saw my physician yesterday and she said she is certain it is not a hernia . She is ordering an ultrasound. What could this be? My doctor called me today with bloodwork results and said my enzymes for Gallbladder and Liver are low. Could this be related?
Asked On : Sun, 1 Jul 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
there are such possibilties.
1. Hernia - but it not as per the doctor
2. Muscular strain -
3. gaseous condition also makes pain
4. Inflammation on liver may also have the pain..

So it is needed to do sonography..
but if it is only muscular pain, thus no need to do sonography..
advise you that for three - four days keep llight massage of the followinf oil and if you get relief form it.. no need of sonography, its only from muscular strain.
1. Panchgun tail and 2. Maha narayan tail - mix in equal quantity and massage from it.
Answered: Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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