Sometimes it feels like back pain. Could it also have to do with the lower vertebrae? Sometimes I 'crack' them resulting in decreased discomfort.
This is interesting. how would a doctor find out of this is indeed the problem? and how would it be treated?I think it is a muscular problem which is caused by a fungal overgrowth in the gut. Then the muscular problem can cause other problems such as tilted pelvis, etc.
A computer job certainly make things worse.It has taken me almost a year to figure this out. If you lead a sedentary lifestyle or sit at a desk a lot, it is a good possibility it is muscle cramp related and not bowel related. Mine started the day of my appendectomy. I woke up with right rib pain after the surgery. And it has been there of and on for the past 10 months. Until I remembered about trigger point therapy and referred pain!
Thanks for sharing this. It makes perfect sense. The more I sit then the more it hurts. It stretches down to my hip and the doctors can't figure it out. Since I have been doing Yoga and stretching a lot it seems to get much better. I would love to see links if you have them to help find the trigger pointsPlease look into Trigger Point Therapy and referred pain. A lot of trigger points can mimic other symptoms such as you describe. Right rib pain can be relieved! Google search "trigger point therapy right rib refer pain" or "Iliocostalis Thoracis Trigger Point" and read up on it. Then look at Youtube videos to see how to fix yourself. I have had the same right rib pain since September 2015 and I am just now finding relief! Been to the ER 3 times and each time all my tests came back normal every time but the pain persisted. Good luck to you!