i have a pain in left rib at front feels like baby foot under there like when i was pregnant had my child over year ago the pain comes if driving or sitting awkward too long goes after couple seconds of standing
was told i had ibs a while ago but was only getting trapped wind feeling at that point i suffer with depression and anxiety too since my dad died last year and had so many things go wrong since then its unreal
Just another thought: I just had an ovary with a cyst removed because I had lower left pain, back pain and most of the time, it felt exactly as you described: a foot in the ribs. It was never really painful, just uncomfortable. Since I had it removed, I no longer have that sensation and can slouch all I want now!
If your antacids don't work, a cyst could be another reason.
Mine was found during the CT scan and then I had an ultrasound to look at it more closely.
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