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Tuesday, April 29, 2008 beth, Community Member, asks

Q: yes i hurt all the time under my left breast all way down on my left side

please help me the dr here can not find out what is wrong with me.i hurt on my left side all the time.went i lay down seem like it moved side by side.it go for my left breast down it gose into my back.

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lulu2238138, Community Member
7/16/08 6:08pm

i have the same thing.if the pain is on your right side it is your gallbadder,in the beginning it is set on be certain types of food but by the time they figure it out it does not matter what you eat or movement does not change or ease up the pain,it will start under your breast  to your side all the way up to your shoulder blade ,it feels like a towel when some one it "ringing it out"after it hits the water.it took 4 months and 4 doctors before the surgery was schuled,because i was only 19.doctors said it is "a old woman"problem,when the doctor went in with a laser he said it crumbled .the worst he had seen in some time.i woke up from surgery and felt 1000% better,i also had a 5 month old baby boy during all of this.feeling find for almost 3 years when the pain returned only on my left side ,still pain but a sharp "bring you to your kness" pain,went to the doctor,1 cat scan revaled 3 cyst on my ovaries,i said ok,and went home.i felt better knowing that even thou it hurt it was not deadly,2 months go by still pain but controlled through anaprox.one day the pain was so bad i could not take it and med did not help,went to the e.r. another cat scan revaled my spleen was enlarged,finally an answer but whats the cure. nothing that i found yet

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Dorothy, Community Member
9/16/08 4:40pm

I have the same problem and I have gone through CAT scans, ultra-sounds, x-rays and bone scans and my doctors cannot find anything abnormal.  Have you had any answers?

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p. kirkpatrick, Community Member
10/ 8/08 7:50pm
I don't have the answer--only more questions. I too have been suffering form a pain under my left breast that has moves through to my back and up under my shoulder blades. My only relief has been to take pain pills to dull the pain. Last month, I had a CT for something else and while reviewing the CT film with my doctor, he commented that I have an enlarge spleen. That wasn't what he was looking at, so it was just a comment in passing. When I got home I began my own internet investigation. While surfing the web, I keep finding reports that an elarged spleen can cause this pain on your left side up into your shoulder. WHY?????? and what can I do about it??????? Reply
Mr. Gilbert, Community Member
2/26/10 9:13am

You have trapped gas that cannot find it way out of your body.  Take some GASX two or three time a day until the gas is release and the pain is gone.  The pain can get worst and make you feel like you are having a heart attack.  It can cause you to been over and have sharp pain that can stronger when you try to stand up.  Avoid eating ice cream and drinking milk because this cause the problem to continue.   Eat small amount of dairy products and not to often. 

 

If you are looking for a quick remedy to your problem this is what will help resolve the issue faster.  Get you a glass of warm water and add baking soda and drink it.  It will help you burp and release the gas and get rid of heart burn.  This is is what go rid of my problem.  I hope it can help you.

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By beth, Community Member— Last Modified: 12/23/10, First Published: 04/29/08