Aching constant pain on right side between ribs and hip.
So over the past few days i been having sever left hip and lower back pain due to a injury in 1999 while in military. I been having trouble setting, standing up strait, and laying down. To me that is normal, but this morning i woke up with a aching feeling on my right side (almost strait down from arm pit) right above my hip bone. It is not a sharp pain but an aching pain with a lite burning. Like the burning you get when you give a muscle a good workout. It is constant and does not increase with with anything i do. I know this may sound odd but it feels more outside then inside. Any ideas?? thank you
I am sorry to hear about your medical problems. The exact cause of pain cannot be ascertained on net, but could be due to kidney stone, colitis, appendicitis, gas, muscle pull, multiple pinched nerves, peripheral neuropathy as in diabetes, hypothyroidism, lupus etc or due to low vitamin B12. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net please consult your doctor regarding this. Hope this helps. Take care!
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Thank you. It did go away a day or so after i posted this. I think i put to much strain on that side trying take pressure off my left side and it was muscle pain. thank you again for you information i will keep it in mind if i have that issue gain
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