I hope somone answers your question because I have the same pain. I'm kind of nervous because I thought that I may have liver damage because I take alot of perscription medications. But my pain is a dull pain and I do work out but I don't think that it's muscular either.
Don't be nervous. Get an ultrasound to make sure it's not gallstones. If you do have them then you need to have your gallbladder out. I just had mine out a week ago. Pain is gone and I feel great and can eat anything.
I have this same pain and my gallbladder has been removed. The pain is always there, but I couldn't actually find the pain by feeling around until this morning while I was laying on my left side with my legs pulled up, I pushed just above my hip bone and finally found it with my fingers. I thought I was just imagining things because I can't feel it any other way.
It's bizarre! Looking for answers...
I have been to a surgeon , A Pa that said my colon has hard feces which is causing me to be bloated with distention of belly . Pain won't go away . Now I have Bright green bowel movements. No one will take it serious . the pain does not go away . When I turn over at night I have horrible pain . Has anyone had this ?
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