In rent few weeks I have developed a pain under my right rib cage - doesn't bother me until around 4:00 pm everyday. Sometimes if I drink a fruit juice/wine - I instantly get a pinching pain on the ride side under my rib. After I have eaten, I may burp and it burns across the rib cage. Does this sound like acid reflux? Gallbladder?
hi im alan ,ive got a hiatus hernia, i currently take nexium,im no expert , but what i can tell you is when i have reflux , it hurts around my osphosicus not my right side of my ribs,but when you say it bothers you when you drink juice [i dont drink alcahol]i tdoes sound really similar , to answer your question about gallbladder, well im sorry i cant really the only way could find out about that is getting your doc to check you out,sorry i cant be of more help.al
here it is. i've had this pain for over a year & it drove me insane to the point where i thought maybe it was all in my head - all other tests came back normal.
i finally got an endoscopy done in March. i have gastritis. Its basically an irritation in the lining of your stomach. my dr gave me omeprozale (which - you can get over the counter too) & after a few weeks, it was glorious!!!
i really started to notice it would bother me when i would eat pasta - because of the sauce. Juice is very acidic - so it just may be it!
good luck -
Please go and get an allergy test! I found out I have a high reaction to dairy, eggs, goats milk and almonds. I completely went dairy/egg/almond free (has been 2 months) and I can't believe how good I feel. My pain under/near my right rib cage is gone. The burning sensation is gone. I also had issues with my bowels - diahreah every morning - really bad and now that is all gone as well. I have read there are so many people with intestinal problems (IBS) and they can never figure out why. So please everyone - go and get an Allergy test done.
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