Hello my question is ,I have hep c and am just waiting to go back to hospital for which genotype i have,but my question is on my right hand side where my liver is at the bottom of my rib cage it feels all lumpy,is that my liver gone hard ?
Mostly they say that you can't really feel pain in your liver, but I have had some pain in my right side also. My doctor just says it is your diaphram. But right under your rib cage is where they take the biopsy from, so I dunno, you will have to find out from your doctor. Good Luck
Hello thanks for youre reply,in my case its not a lot pain,just at the bottom of my ribs on r/h side it is lumpy a little tender,i am having a fibroscan next week so they will tell me then.Then the following week back to hospital for which Genotype so interesting times,once again thanks for youre input.
I also have had that pain for off and on, years now. Been to 4 different doctors, had ultrasounds, scans, whatever I could think of but each doc said the saime thing, liver does not feel pain. So, I learn to live with it. Sometimes it goes away for months then comes back. I always thought it was caused by something I am eating, just my thoughts.
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