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a dull uncomfortable pain in my left upper abdomen?

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What causes a dull uncomfortable pain in my left upper abdomen near my last rib? It comes and goes right now but when its there it makes it uncomfortable to sit or lay down. Please let me know if this may be a serious problem or just a temporary problem.


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replied June 22nd, 2011
Abdominal Pain Answer A24280
Hello,

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Left upper abdominal pain can be due to various reasons as pancreatitis,spleen injury,kidney abnormality,strained nuscle etc.It is very important to evaluate the nature of pain,severity,duration and associated symptoms
Since the pain is periodic and you are not being relieved of it consider visiting a Physician for detailed examination.A USG scan might be required which would help in the correct diagnosis.

Take Care!


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