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Hurts to take deep breathe, pain around belly button, and pain under ribs.. what is this?

This pain just started on monday.. I thought it was just indigestion so I started taking a upset stomach reliever, it's now next monday and it's still there but I went to the ER on Saturday and they said that my blood tests and lab tests came back normal, Xrays looked okay. The pain is a bit under my ribs and it hurts to take deep breaths, and it's now starting to burn a little bit when I pee.

What's wrong with me?
The Doctor at the ER also prescribed Prilosec, which I have been taking. 
 

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Hi To me it sounds just like trapped wind, you need either some strong peppermints, real strong, or some good peppermint cordial mix strong and drink straight down, and stand back, or go for a good walk, this will bring it all up, it should work.

In about 30 minutes should be all over and pains gone.

As for hurting while urinating could be a UTI, this you would need some antibiotics for, see your doctor.

Do hope this helps.

Good Luck

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Hi, I said at the beginning that the burning is probably a UTI, for this bit you will need to get to your doctor, he will prescribe some antibiotics, this should cure that bit of your problems.

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