Strange feeling under right rib pressure or squeezing sensation

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a few years ago i lifted a heavy weight doing squats the next day I couldn't move my back, pelvis and tailbone area was so painful I had an mri and all came back clear apart from some wear and tear on tailbone. I have been very careful with what exercises I do at the gym and even though every day I still have back pain it's never been as bad as that time. last week I decided to do some Russian twists which I had never done before the next day my tailbone and lower and upper back were in alot of pain i still have some back pain froman last week but i also have some strange sensation under my right rib. feels like pressure a bubble moving or tugging sensation. my tummy also feels abit tight like it has a band around it. could it be linked to the back and tailbone pain or something else I'm scared

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  • Posted

    I have at times a "throb" on the right side under the rin and I have gallbladder stones. Not sure if that would help you.

    • Posted

      hi thanks for your reply the strange thing is I just pressed just at the top and of rib cage and it felt like something moved about under my rib I now have a strange sensation in my lower right side since I pressed it. my tummy also feels quite tight and maybe bloated I would say

    • Posted

      It could also be gas. But if you are unsure and would like to check at some point, you could have an ultrasound

    • Posted

      could be i have got a doc app but earliest they can do is in 3 weeks time and I am such an anxious person

  • Posted

    also just to add its not painful its just like a strong pressure feeling it goes away if I move position when I am sitting down. my stomach feels quite gassy aswell i can feel lots of bubbles in my tummy. maybe its a spasm of some sort im really not sure

  • Posted

    Yes the throb or pressure does get better for me as well. I am not sure about my diagnosis other other than stones.

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