I have had spots on my liver for many years now I have lots of pain and swelling under my ribcage on the right side. Lots of lower back pain. Knots you can see and feel all over my body. Feel tired all ...
. During this time, I noticed a small lump at the bottom of my right ribcage that kind of could be pushed ... daily for 4 months. I intend on truly stopping for good this time but I am worried about my liver ...
I have been having pains under my right ribcage, my doctor suspected gallbladder disease or stones .... Pylori. I am on meds for the latter, but still have the pain under my ribcage and through to my lower ...
for maintenance.i been experiencing pain on my left in ribcage for the 3 weels it was on and off but now its ...i had my liver enlarge as seen twice already thru ultrasound,the result say hepatomegally,i had ...
I have pain and a darkspot on my lower left ribcage area . What could this be?
I could think of a Bruise, but I would be able to help you better if you could ask me a direct query on my profile along with a clear digital picture of the area of concern and additional details like the duration of the symptoms. My profile can be accessed at http://doctor.healthcaremagic.com/doctors/dr-kakkar-s/66939.
my right upper quadrant is swollen and it hurts just to breathe I've had gallbladder tests done and it's negative what could it be I know it's something
Right upper quandrant of abdomen lodges liver and gallbladder, if not gall bladder it could be liver injury, ascending colon infection or the overlying ribcage injury. Please check with the local doctor.
feel like it's swollen and under pressure under my right ribcage, and it has slight tingling sensations that come and go, this has been happening since April.
Thank you for your query. I can understand your concerns.
Your gall bladder located under your right ribcage might be swollen and inflamed, possibly associated with gall stones that gives you intermittent pain. Alternatively the swelling has something to do with your liver,too located under the right ribcage. Undergo USG abdomen for investigation.
Dr. T.K. Biswas M.D.