- Why does my left side hurt under my ribs?
- What does a gastritis attack feel like?
- What does trapped gas feel like?
- Why does my stomach hurt right under my rib cage?
- What causes pain in the middle of rib cage?
- What does pancreatic pain feel like?
- What causes pain at the top of your stomach?
- How do you know if something is wrong with your spleen?
- What causes pain below the sternum?
- What does pain from the spleen feel like?
- How do you check your spleen at home?
- What triggers costochondritis?
Why does my left side hurt under my ribs?
Your spleen is a non-vital organ that sits next to your stomach in the LUQ, just below your left ribs.
Any pain you feel under your left rib cage could be caused by a damaged or enlarged spleen.
You may be able to identify if your pain is caused by damage to your spleen..
What does a gastritis attack feel like?
Gnawing or burning ache or pain (indigestion) in your upper abdomen that may become either worse or better with eating. Nausea. Vomiting. A feeling of fullness in your upper abdomen after eating.
What does trapped gas feel like?
Trapped gas can feel like a stabbing pain in your chest or abdomen. The pain can be sharp enough to send you to the emergency room, thinking it’s a heart attack, or appendicitis, or your gallbladder. Producing and passing gas is a normal part of your digestion.
Why does my stomach hurt right under my rib cage?
Gallstones Gallstones are very common and women are more likely to experience them than men. What they feel like: A sharp pain in your upper middle abdomen that moves to your right side, under your rib cage. The pain can worsen after eating.
What causes pain in the middle of rib cage?
The most common causes of rib cage pain are a pulled muscle or bruised ribs. Other causes of pain in the rib cage area may include: broken ribs. injuries to the chest.
What does pancreatic pain feel like?
Acute pancreatitis signs and symptoms include: Upper abdominal pain. Abdominal pain that radiates to your back. Abdominal pain that feels worse after eating.
What causes pain at the top of your stomach?
Pain in the upper abdomen can often be attributed to temporary problems such as indigestion or gas. Persistent or severe upper abdominal pain may be related to other digestive tract conditions or to conditions of the body wall, blood vessels, kidneys, heart, or lungs.
How do you know if something is wrong with your spleen?
An enlarged spleen may cause: No symptoms in some cases. Pain or fullness in the left upper abdomen that may spread to the left shoulder. Feeling full without eating or after eating only a small amount from the enlarged spleen pressing on your stomach.
What causes pain below the sternum?
Sternum pain is usually caused by problems with the muscles and bones near the sternum and not the sternum itself. Pain felt just behind or below the sternum is called substernal pain and is sometimes caused by gastrointestinal problems. Some of the most common causes of sternum and substernal pain are: costochondritis.
What does pain from the spleen feel like?
Spleen pain is usually felt as a pain behind your left ribs. It may be tender when you touch the area. This can be a sign of a damaged, ruptured or enlarged spleen.
How do you check your spleen at home?
Palpation for splenic enlargement should begin with the patient supine and with knees flexed. Using the right hand, the examiner should begin well below the left costal margin and feel gently but firmly for the splenic edge by pushing down, then cephalad, then releasing (Figure 150.1).
What triggers costochondritis?
Heavy lifting, strenuous exercise and severe coughing have been linked to costochondritis. Arthritis. Costochondritis might be linked to specific problems, such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis or ankylosing spondylitis.