I have been experiencing abdominal pain on my left side for over a month. The pain is mostly located in the upper left part of my abdomen, near or just underneath my rib cage. The pain is fairly minor, although, it is continuous, and increases in severity throughout the day.
I visited a doctor three weeks ago, and the urine analysis was negative. The doctor thought the problem was a muscle strain or an infection that could be resolved with rest and a juice diet. Neither of these prescriptions have improved the discomfort.
Please help with any possible advice or information. Thank you.
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