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Sudden sharp pain under ribs, diagnosed as enlarged spleen. Negative test for mono. Causes?

i began have a sharp sudden pain on my lower left side under my ribs and then i began to feel as if i had something there. i went to a doctor and they said it felt a little like i had an enlarged spleen so they did some blood work. everytihng came back fine and it came back negative for mono. I feel the discomfort come and go in waves but it does not hurt at all. im not sure what i should do
Asked On : Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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Nice to hear that your blood reports are normal.
As pain is present in your left lower side,under your ribs,Enlargement of spleen can produce the same symptoms.
Some times it can be due to musculo skeletal cause.
Any way,consult your doctor and get X ray Chest and Ultrasound abdomen done.
If they are normal,Nothing to worry.
All the best
Answered: Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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