pain under ribs

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by Sambucca, 25 June 2007 Social URL.

  1. Sambucca

    Sambucca Gold Member

    For the past 24 hours on and off I have had a pain on the right hand side, at about the bottom of my rib cage.

    Its not unbearable or anything, Ive just noticed that its there and wondered if anyone knew what it might be.

    I have been really windy as well this morning (only on shakes - no bars or anything) and didnt know if the two might be connected.

    Any ideas?
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  3. nadhak


    I had this - it went away on its own - some people have said it is gall bladder related - i am sure someone more qualified will be along soon!
    Mine was a dull feeling - a bit weird but not really painful!
  4. I get it every now and again- it is not severe enough to be gall stones, which you normally feel round at your back, not under the rib cage. I have no idea what it is- I wonder whether it is something to do with breaking down fat or whether it is a kind of indigestion you get when there is no food in your system! But mine does go away after a couple of hours- when I first got it it was quite intense, but now I barely notice it when it happens. If it gets more intense or does not go away after 4 or 5 hours I would get checked at the Doc's
  5. kazbro

    kazbro jelly belly

    i`ve had similar
    never been really painful, more like a dull ache
    found mine was trapped wind or i think it was
    sometimes get it near my shoulder aswell
    if i drink the water to quick i gets worse

  6. Sambucca

    Sambucca Gold Member

    thanks guys. sounds like nothing to worry about then but will keep an eye on it.
  7. Willpower

    Willpower Member

    I had it too while i was on ss but it's gone now i've started eating

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