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Pain below ribcage, MRI clear. Have diabetes. Taking Losartan. Could this pain be my pancreas?

Hi I am 48 year old Female I have been having mild easy to deal with to saver pain just below and under my right lower ribcage for over 2 years now. At time this pain drops me to my knees. The pain can intensify at any time weather I am at rest or working, weither I have eaten or not. I have had an upper scope a MRI had some nuclear science test done, ultrasound they say it s not the liver , the gallbladder , the lung , the ribs or the kidney s. I had also been diagnosed diabetic in 89 but dietary controlled I controlled my sugar well until 2009 I then got put on Metformin . I was told in June of last year that I would have to start taking a new pill with this it is Losartan. Could this pain be my pancrea or something we are totally unaware of?
Asked On : Thu, 14 Jun 2012
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Radiologist 's  Response
May 2014
If you have got ultrasound and MRI abdomen done recently and they are normal, then it is unlikely that there is any thing seriously wrong with pancreas.
Peripheral neuropathy is a complication of diabetes and needs to be evaluated carefully.
It could be that you are experiencing peripheral neuropathy. This needs to be completely evaluated by a neurologist.
However, peripheral neuropathy is just a possibility.
Hope this helps.
Answered: Mon, 17 Jun 2013
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