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Pain in diaphragm
As soon as I eat anything, I get a throbbing pain (soreness or bruised feeling) in what I believe to be my diaphragm. It is right above my left rib and near the center of my stomach. I am always gassy and I do have acid reflux. I currently don't have insurance and I don't know if I should see a gastroenterologist or my PCP. Also, could the pain just be gas and is it normal to get this pain everytime I eat as well as when I am asleep?
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does the pain radiate to your back?...you have diahrea?
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