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right sided flank pain and abdominal pain when taking deep breaths

Why do I have right sided flank pain and abdominal pain when taking deep breaths in the mornings? That’s however always goes away after walking around for a few minutes. The pain is almost unbearable, so I always have to get up and walk around. After this everything is fine again. This started 5 years ago and has gotten worse over time. In the beginning it was only in the mornings and the pain was only at the right flank. Now the pain is also sometimes felt like a belt over the abdomen, but mainly remains in the right flank. Again it always goes away when I wake up and walk  around. However, in the previous year I’ve also felt the right flank pain when I lay on the left side for a hour or two. But besides that, it’s always just occur in the mornings. The pain is not there everyday but is definitely present 5 out 7 days at week. I’ve had my colon checked, and it was perfect. The same with blood tests.  Do you have any ideas of what it could be? I feel pretty lost and nobody seems to want to do anything about it. But I  can’t accept to just live with this pain. I need a reason.

I may have a crooked back? Could that be the cause? Or is it as simple as gas??
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363281 tn?1590104173
Hello~It sounds like you may have some mis-aligned vertebrae in your back, I would see a chiropractor for this condition since the blood work has been favorable. The chiropractor will take some x-rays, study them and then go over the findings of them with you. A few treatments should have you on the road to recovery.
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