Your gallbladder is located just beneath the right rib cage - it's possible you could have gallstones.
Gallstones are more common in pregnancy and present as sharp stabbing pain in the right upper quadrant, usually occurs after a fatty meal.
You would need an ultrasound to diagnose this.
Initial treatment is to change your diet - eating only non-fat meals.
You may want to look up "gallbladder disease" on the internet and see if your symptoms are similar.
I'm sorry, I've never heard/experienced that. Perhpas you better give your doctor a call, instead of waiting until your appt. Better safe then sorry, plus they'll have it on record.
yeah i would call your dr and jsut explain the best you can what it feels like and see what he says , he will be able to tell you on the phone whether he thinks you need to come in sooner then your next appt. Sorry i can't think of anything it could be.
Thank you all for your answers. A few days after I posted this the pain just stopped, so I am going to mention it at my doc appt on the 17th. I didn't even think about gall stones. Hopefully it was just a fluke and that isn't what it is. Like I said the pain is gone so maybe it was just a tendon or some such thing being pulled. Thanks again.