Pain in my lower right rib

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Pain under my lower right rib it even goes around to my back.  It first woke me up in the middle of the night under my front lower right rib was on FIRE it burnt so badly I wanted to cry it pain wrapped around my side to my back . I’ve had an ultrasound, ex ray, blood work and a Hida scan everything comes back normal the Hida scan says 55% . I am still having pain my right side is tender to touch and after I eat or drink the pain intensifies. Can anyone help or does anyone know what this could be?

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    I have the same thing, although my pain travelled to my back and lower back even my rectum feels as if I'm burning. And to top it off I even have pain in my abdominal and stomach  area .at this point I'm stressing on what is my real diagnosis, can anyone relate

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    It could be gastritis.  It can be diagnosed on the basis of your symptoms or by endoscopy.  Try avoiding rich, greasy and fatty food and stick to a bland diet to see of that helps.  A food diary may also help to identify food triggers.
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     Have the doctors checked out your gallbladder? I had similar symptoms before I had my gallbladder removed. It could also be gastritis which I had in January, or Pancreatitis.  Are you seeing a gastroenterologist? That would be the best specialist to diagnose this. Hope you feel better soon 
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    before you eat try and drink peppermint flavor tea and your and take a couple of pain kilkers and after your tea try and drink fennel tea and see if that will help 
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