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sometime i feel the pain sometimes i dont..it just happen last week…and it comes right up to my chest (pain)..can you help me???

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  • Dr. Chris September 8, 2011

    Abdominal pain may be due to many conditions, not only those associated with the organs within the abdominal cavity. Pain on its own with no other symptoms is difficult to diagnose – it could be related to the liver, gallbladder, right kidney, pancreas, bowels or even the right lung. If you had other symptoms then it would give a better indication of the cause. You need to see a doctor who can take a thorough medical history, examine you and possibly run further tests to isolate the cause. Take note of where in the chest the pain is rising to – remember that the thoracic cavity ends a short distance below the nipple on the right side. So what you may be seeing as chest pain is possibly still abdominal pain. Record all additional symptoms, even those that preceded the onset of the pain and may have passed by now – like pain worse after eating, coughing, difficulty breathing, itchy skin and so on. All of these symptoms could be related to the same cause as the pain.


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