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Have pain in left side from rib cage to hip. CT scan came clear. What could be the reason?

i am have pain in my leftside from my rib cage to my hip and it has been that way for a month and I did cat scan yesterday but Docter has not got with me and am very sick and don't feel right have been the hospital 3 times and they still don't know but hope too findout what it was yesterday but feel like going to the hospital now from the way I feel
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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The pain in the whole left side from rib cage till hip could be due to a muscle sprain of the abdominal muscle or a vitamin D3 deficiency. You can start taking D3 supplements and muscle relaxants for improvement.
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Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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