Looking for an Answer to my PAIN

by Diane
(Wisconsin)

Hi,


I starting getting a pain (sort of a burning pain) in my right abdomen..toward the lower part of my ribcage. There are spasms of burning pain on and off and the area is very tender to the touch...front and back.

I have been seen by three different Doctors and have had an MRI. The MRI shows nothing abnormal. Years ago I had my appendix and uterus removed...then within the past 12 years, I had my Gall Bladder removed.

I do not remember doing any kind of damage to that area and none of the Doctors can figure out what is going on. In the meantime, I am in constant agony...my tummy is bloated, as well.
I have no pain on the left side at all...just the right side which is so tender to the touch.
I am allergic to Latex and Tramadol.

Thanks,

Diane

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Mar 28, 2013
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It's me again.
by: Anonymous

Correction to previous comment : mitral valve regurgitation not "mortal." I think it said mortal but anyway it's supposed to be mitral. Thanks. Have a blessed Easter!!!

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same pain in rt upper abdomen
by: Anonymous

Having the exact same pain, burning, etc. Every symptom you mentioned. I also have had tests without answers. Have had ultrasound of gallbladder, colonoscopy, etc. Does somebody have an answer to what this may be? I am 48 yo Diabetic with CHF, Kidney disease stage one, GERD, fibromyalgia, SVT, mortal valve regurgitation, etc. Have had hysterectomy in my 20s, cystocele and rectocele repair. No known allergies. The symptoms again are burning aching pain in Rt upper abdomen with bloating and tenderness to touch. I hope somebody may have an answer. The same pain also sometimes radiates across upper abdomen to LT side so entire upper abdomen has bloated, burning aching pain. Plz help me diagnose this.

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