upper left abdomen problem

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Hi has anyone experienced a feeling in upper left abdomen of something moving up to bottom of rib and cramping very painfully? I have to stretch and push in on area to get it to move back down then after a few days bruised feeling it's ok ...until the next time. Bending to fasten shoes is a classic cause.

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    I have experienced Charlie horse in the top middle of my abdomen about 3 in above belly button very painful when it happens. Doctor told me it's from dehydration.
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      I have had sharp mild pain over area since last cramp, usually I feel something moving back down before the pain subsides but didn't this last time which was around 10 days ago and as I said it's been mildly painful and stayed extra sore.
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      I didn't so I am forcing him to send me for an abdominal ultrasound.
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      I am waiting for an ultrasound appointment too, when the doctor pressed my abdomen he said it felt like a muscle! So adhesions have crossed my mind but then the mind is a powerful thing and can take us too far ahead of ourselves. That's why I asked about other people's experience, it's funny how some things baffle doctors easily.
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    It could be gallbladder related, an US would

    Confirm this.

    Hope this helps.

    Kate.

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      Hi Katz? Would gall bladder be so predictable? as in only when bending! I don't get any back pain, but as you say the us may give some answers, I don't know what the waiting list is for the appointment so will have to be patient.
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