The right side of the glabella near the rib cage hurts, sometimes it hurts a lot, sometimes it's just a dull pain, I want to know what's wrong.
The pain at the right side of the rib cage under the glabella is considered to be caused by trauma, or duodenal ulcer, which appears on an empty stomach, or by cholecystitis, a pain caused by gallstones, which radiates to the right shoulder and lower back.
From the location analysis, this pain may be caused by cholecystitis or gallstones, sometimes accompanied by bitterness in the mouth, and of course, it may also be caused by liver disease.Because this location belongs to the liver and gallbladder.Therefore, an ultrasound examination of the liver and gallbladder should be done first.
The most common cause of pain in this area is cholecystitis, or gallbladder stones, it is best to do an ultrasound examination, often cholecystitis is easy to cure greasy food after the onset
Another thing to note is the pain, does it appear when you are hungry or after eating?Sometimes ulcers in the bulb of the 12 fingers or inflammation of the 12 fingers can also appear in the attached area