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Pain in right side of ribs, stabbing pain, pulled rib muscle. Taken advil, no relief. Home remedies to treat it?

I have a pain on the right side of my body right beneath my right pectoral muscle in my ribs. The pain has lasted 2 weeks now and I took off from the gym for a week to see if it would get better but it still hurts. It feels like someone is poking me in the ribs, and it is annoying. I have taken advil but it doesnt seem to help. If I sit a certain way it goes away, but after that it comes right back. I think it might be a pulled rib muscle, but wanted to know if any home rememdies would help.
Asked On : Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Hi,you should warm that paining part with hot water bag,two or three times aday.early morning you should take one glass luke warm water with pinch of ginjer juice.take bitter vegitable in meal,like-methi,bitter guard etc.give massage on that paining part with rumartha hurbal oil.take care
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