I have a area about 2 inches below my left rib cage that is bruised and feels like a rug burn when I touch it.
It is right where my skin has a crease from excess skin. It is slightly darker like a bruise, but it just will not go away.
Has been going on since earlier this year. I had a CT scan back around May and a Endoscopy and they found nothing. Had a colonoscopy in early January right before my gall bladder surgery and it was clean.
I have a history of digestive problems. Diverticulitis, etc. I had my gall bladder removed, so unless I eat low fat or a lot of fiber then my bowel movements are an adventure.
It's just really bugging me that it will not go away. Sometimes it feels like my lower ribs are hurting, but it's so hard to tell. All I know is it just will not go away.
My regular doctor will not see me anymore. He keeps saying that me rubbing it is just keeping it going, I rub Vitamin E lotion on it, but that's it.
It just will not go away. Could this be internal or just a constant skin irritation?
Like I said it's right where the skin crease is at.
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