Need help don't know what to do?? I've been having pain in my upper right side under my rib feeling a little nausea went to the doctor said my liver felt enlarged did blood and ultrasound everything came out normal. Still feeling the pain kinda like someone is stabbing me had gallbladder removed 6 years ago I take Coumadin 7.5 daily but since this started my inr/pt keeps getting thicker my doctor was alittle concerned I could have a small blood clot or maybe pleaurisy! He opted to up my dose of Coumadin and recheck me in 4 days I also started protonix what could be causing this???
A complete clinical evaluation is necessary for correct diagnosis and management. These symptoms experienced by you can be due to a lung problem or GI problem.Pleurisy, hepatitis, reflux disease all can cause such pain and nausea. Avoid fried foods for some time. It is best to follow your physician’s advice and take up tests as advised by him. Keep me posted.
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