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What is the cause of pressure below the right rib with chronic constipation ?

Hi I have right side presure below the right last rib and chronic constipation . I can feel something most the time, it more noticable when I eat anything and if i have a bowel movementit feels like water balloon pressing againest the rib, sometimes it drops down abit and my hip feels funny . Not bad at night and feels better when i am exercising. I have had colonoscopy , ct scan and blood work about 2 years ago for this problem everything was ok
Asked On : Sat, 10 Mar 2012
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I wouldn't worry too much, you have these signs already for 2 years and if it would be something serious, I don't think during night or when you are exercising would you feel better. However, the colonoscopy, ct scan and blood work are quite old, so you should repeat in my opinion at least the blood work and the colonoscopy (especially knowing that you have chronic constipation).
Answered: Mon, 12 Mar 2012
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