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lump under ribs

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 29, 2010
  • 08:03 PM

I am experiencing extreme pain under my last few ribs on my right side and sometimes something pops out and i have to push it back in. if anyone has any ideas they'd really be appreciated please thanks

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  • I am experiencing extreme pain under my last few ribs on my right side and sometimes something pops out and i have to push it back in. if anyone has any ideas they'd really be appreciated please thanksNOT SURE ABOUT THIS-but the spleen is on the left side under the ribs and if you are eating any artificial sweeteners then get OFF of them- asap= both are poisons= aspartame and sucralose ditch them and read all labels before eating anythingalso if you have taken Gardasil - seek a support group asap on yahoo groups or google = they can help you- and these people know more than dr. s about this because they have been motivated to get results and find answers to help those who are victims of this vaccine- (moms of girls who have taken the vaccine. ) Now they are offering this vaccine for men /noys= stay away !!!if you doubt what I am saying search the internet= you will see what there is out there-
    founddog 188 Replies Flag this Response
  • Maybe you have dislocated a ribSometimes the front end or the back end of a rib pops partially out of its socket. That's a dislocated rib.What causes it? Very often, the proximate cause (the nearby event on which you or your doctor are most likely to blame the dislocation) is some trauma that contorted a section of your rib-cage.That could be a fall, a vehicle accident, a heavy blow from a fight or a contact sport, etc. even opening a door in an awkward mannerThere'll be an obvious lump at the site, and quite a bit of pain, especially when you breathe. How do you FIX it? A visit to the chiropractor had him manipulate it back in place, and I immediately felt better. Then I took it easy and was exaggeratedly careful with my posture and movement for a few days, and I was as right-as-rain in less than a week. Compare to a previous time - before I'd discovered chiropractors - and the dislocated rib lasted a month.The key is to get the rib-end back in position and then keep it there while everything heals.You could have a similar dislocation happen at the front of your rib-cage, with one or more rib-ends popped out of their gristly sockets at the breastbone. That's somewhat less likely than a dislocated rib at the back, but it does happen. However it might be pleurisy or even pneumoniaThe above was copied and pasted from a much longer article.Here is the URL if you want to read the full thinghttp://www.mens-health-tips.com/dislocated-rib.html
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