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Have pain under ribs. Feel muscle tearing lifting weight. Have nerve problems, taking injections. Did x-rays, scans, colonoscopy

I have a great deal of pain under my ribs and just to the side of my naval. I make a great deal of noise and it actually feels like my muscle fibers are tearing when I try to lift weights. I have had many test, GI, X-rays, scans including a full body scan , colonoscopy etc. all come back normal. I do have nerve problems in my back currently getting facet injections for the pain, could this all be associated? Thank you.
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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Thank for choosing HCM, as such your all clinical reports turned negative, so this could be a some non specific muscular spasm, if you describe your complains in detail with all clinical reports, then I would suggest you something, involuntary irritation of nerve fiber can not be neglected just try anti depressant ( Imipramine), this will bring the good result, Have nice day.
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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