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I need help. For the past three months have been Experiencing upper abdominal pain when walking right under my rib cage. The upper left side is tender to touch, and so is the center, under breast bone, and now it is on the right upper side. I have had a CT scan, ultrasound, and an EGD all are normal, no findings, this started when I was laying on my back in bed, I jerked real hard, my upper body leaned forward, as if your doing a sit up, or crunches, and something pulled, or moved in the area just below the breast bone, rolled over on my right side, mouth started burning, inside of mouth was blood red, pain in the center of chest, felt like it was my esophagus hurting, bc when I would take a step I felt pressure in my throat. Felt pressure in my chest when wearing a set belt. That has left. Was also short of breath when walking to my brothers car. (That has also left) tender in upper left area under rib cage, where stomach is located. Stomach, and mouth burns when eating anything.

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replied December 23rd, 2018
Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!

I read your question and i understand your concern. It looks like gastric discomfort. Acid refllux, ibs, gallbladder inflammation, gastritis a, esophagitis and pancreatitis all need to be looked for. Consult your local physician and let them help.

I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
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