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Old 06-09-2006, 12:22 PM   #1
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Possible digestive problems with no "normal" symptoms?

I've been experiencing right sided pain, right below my ribs, but above my hip bone, for 6 months now. The pain is a dull ache that extends over my flank to my back. I've had several tests done, xrays, bone scans, ultrasounds, MRI's, CT scans, and several blood tests, ALL NORMAL. I've also had an OBGYN check my uterus and ovaries and that's normal too. The only thing that hasn't been checked is my stomach/intestines, however, I don't really appear to be having any problems with eating, or with my bowels. Is it possible to have problems with stomach and/or intestines and not have any of the common symptoms? I also am having back muscle tightness now, which I've never had before this injury, so I think it may be related. The doctors figured it was musculoskeletal, but since it's been 6 months with no change, they are wondering.... Has anybody ended up having digestive problems with no common symptoms? (bloating, food problems, bowel problems, etc)

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