I'm feeling "movement" on my right side just under my rib cage. Doesn't hurt but literally feels like lumps or stones moving around. I would equate it to a baby moving if it were in my uterus but I'm not pregnant and it's not in the uterine area. It's under my rib cage and very worrisome. Seems to be after I eat or mostly in the evenings. I'm also really cold all the time (never had been before) and have lost weight suddenly. Does anyone have any idea?
Thanks! Went to my doc and had some blood tests and my liver checks out as normal, thank goodness! I'm having a colonoscopy and some gallbladder tests done this week to rule those out. I'm a normal-weight to slighly under-weight, 49-year-old so I wouldn't have expected a gallbladder issue especially since I'm not experiencing any pain. Although I have had pain under my right shoulder-blade for years...
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