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Movement under rib cage, high WBC count, frequent bowels. Treatment?

I am a 38 yr old female and I am feeling movement on my right side just under my rib cage. I am not pregnant but have had several....we ll call them tummy issues . My GP did a stool analysis (about 2 yrs ago) and there were white blood cells found but he didn t seem concerned and ordered an x-ray . All was clear on the x-ray so it was swept under the rug. Sometimes the urge to go is so strong that if I do not go quickly I may have an accident. I am over weight but I do not think at 38 I should be having these issues.
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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you may feel the wind movement in bowel some times ,that may be the only explanation if you are not pregnant .
Stool analysis done 2 yrs back has no importance now .If you are concerned get a fresh examination of stool ,better will be to get it on 3 consecutive days .
From the symptom of urgency it is likely you are having some infection that usually present with griping pain ,frequent loose motion.
presence of w b c in stool 2yrs back might have been due to infection
please get a check up with physician and take treatment .
Till you get check up you may take a course of brakke 1 tab 2 times after meals for 5 days for intestinal infection .
hope you get all right soon
Answered: Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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