I have a pain on the left side right under my rib cage. have had endoscopy and ultra sound but dr said alls well. said it was acute gastritis and that I needed to lose 20 lbs and take nexium for 2 months to keep it at bay. the nexium does help but not always.
I’m experiencing pain in my lower right rib cage and it goes through my back. I don’t know what could this be but every time I walk, I’m feeling that pain.
This my reply to a similar post incase tou have not seen it – The rib flare pain if my memory is correct was worst around 30wks. if it hurt without the kicks it could be rib flare – stretch the arm of the side it hurt over your head.
What Causes Muscle Spasms Under Rib Cage? Muscle spasms located in the rib cage are often observed in people who strain or overwork their upper body muscles. Symptoms of a muscle spasm in the rib cage include pain and stiffness of varying degrees, either sharp and shooting, or dull and aching.
I am also having pain in right side, about where my rib cage stops. Sometimes the pain shoots down into my right abdomen. I am very fatigued, have pain in my upper right …
Image from ePainAssist. What is a Winged Scapula? A Winged Scapula is when the medial (inner) border of the shoulder blade protrudes off the rib cage.
Summary: I can go on and on about posture and other topics but this article is nearly 2000 words now! The take home message is simply. Don’t pull the shoulders back – put your rib cage in such a way that your shoulder sit properly
How to Treat Upper Back Pain. Upper back pain (in the thoracic region of the spine, below the neck and along the length of the ribs) is often the result of poor sitting or standing posture, or is due to trauma from playing sports or
From 0 to 20 Consecutive Pull-Ups in Less Than 12 Weeks. When I was first started to work out, I wasn’t able to do a single pull-up. Not one! But with the training method I’m about to describe in this chapter, I was able to take my pull …
This is the first post of several about an intercostal muscle strain I experienced when performing my job as a personal trainer.The injury occurred 5 1/2 years ago and I’m happy to report that I’m now fully recovered.. After you finish reading this post (about the initial injury, what it felt like and how I treated it), you might like to click through and read the …