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Pain in the lump on the top of rib cage with nausea, vomiting, low appetite, body pain. Cure?

Hello, I have a hard lumpright in the middle of the top of my rib cage, right now it is about 2 x2 . yesterday I was ill all day with that lump in pain, felt very nauciuos, vomitting nothing but bile , for when I get this feeling I do not eat solids I dislike vomitting, so drink water, gatoraide, chicken broth. lose appetite & do not feel like drinking liquids. of course all this stress on the body causes other pains to join along like lock jaw, headaches , hot/cold, back pain , help, dealing w for quite a few years..
Asked On : Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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it can be due to abdominal organ effect like gastritis duodenitis gall bladder
digestion problems liver or local organ effects
get gastroenterologist advice who can diagnose for this and treat if nothing help get investigated for food protein reactions with bod proteins
in the mean time use liquids
non spicy non oily non fatty diet
stop milk and diary for time being
Answered: Thu, 24 Oct 2013
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