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Having lot of pain in upper right quadrant, hurts while breathing, sensitive to touch. Suggest?

I ve been having a lot of pain in the upper right quadrant just under my rib cage. It hurts sometimes to move order take deep breaths. My skin on my back seems real sensitive to the touch. No rashes or any other skin problem associated with the tenderness.I had my gallbladder removed 3 years ago, so that can t be what s causing it. Any suggestions?
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Thanks for coming to HCM. The pain can be due to any cause arising from liver, right lower lung, pancreas, local muscle pull or less likely right kidney, any post-surgery complication of gall bladder. You should visit your local doctor who will do physical examination to find the possible cause and do some blood work to confirm.
Wish you get better soon!
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