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Slight pain below the ribs radiating to the back, severe while running. Ultrasound shows fatty liver, bilateral kidney stones. What to do ?

Hello sir,I have slight pain in the below the ribs which radiating to the back,actually it is not pain it is like a discomfort.the pain below the ribs gets severe when I run.I have this pain for almost one year.I took a ultrasound scan about 7 mnthys ago.the impression was fatty liver and bilateral kidney stones (a few in both the kidneys,diameter 2-3 mm).I have this discomfort for almost all the day.I am 26 years old.please advice me what to do.I am really fed-up with this....
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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Hi!. Thanks for your query. I do not think that Fatty liver can give rise to your problem of discomfort under the ribs. Two stones in both kidneys are quite small, but you have not mentioned where actually they are located in kidneys. You may see a Urologist for proper advice. Take care.
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