Ive recently noticed that the left side of my rib cage sticks out a lot more than my right side.
When i stand up straight/leaning back slightly and look down at my chest/ribs i would say that the bottom part of the ribs stick out at least half an inch if not more!
Actually i would say that my whole left side rib cage is larger than my right and now im realising that must be the reason i have so much pressure on my chest and a grinding/clicking scapula at the rear.
Im sure ive read that a congested liver can make the left side protrude more so than the right, i know i need to flush due to me having nearly every symptom of Gallstones (including struggling kidneys which i am cleansing with Andreas`s herbs)and wondered if anyone else had noticed a discrepancy in rib cage size prior to a much needed set of flushes?
Hi Shagley... I hope your health search is going well. I have been treating myself for candida and seem to be making progress, but now think candida is a secondary thing and more of a symptom of what is going on in my body. I think I have a congested liver and gall bladder. I have a dull headache on the left side of my head and a pain in the roof my mouth only on the left side as well as an internal vibrating/trembling/fluttering thing going on.
I am going to start with a Liver Flush in 6 days. I will let you know if this helps with my leftsided ailments. I am sort of scared about the fluch,but it seems like the next logical thing to do. I have changed diet, done colonics, anitfungals, etc.
because I have the same thing. My left rib cage sticks out a lot more than on the right. I also remember reading somewhere that this is somehow linked to liver and gallbladder problems. I can't remember how it was explained, but it had something to do with compensating for the weakness and it affects the posture and causes the left rib cage to protrude. I have a ton of congested liver and gallbladder symptoms and am planning on doing my first Liver Flush on Friday.
I would guess that a chronically swollen liver could push other organs to the left and cause such an anomaly. The liver is a large, firm organ and might cause that kind of distension as it crowds other softer organs out for additional space. Of course, that's just a possible theory on my part. I have been flushing for two yeas and passed over 6000 stones of all sizes. I passed another 200 small stones this morning. Yet I have never had that kind of imbalance in my ribcage.
hopinso, can you feel your liver working better?
I don't know if I really "feel" it working better, but I see definate results. My digestion is much better, I no longer pass mostly undigested food in bowel movements. I have less gas and bloating. I can eat moderate amounts of fats without doubling over in pain. However, pain after eating a fatty meal is one sign I use to know to flush again.
Like most of us, I am working on faith, I have not had a lot of lab tests done, I can't afford them. However, clearer skin, fewer migraines, less digestive troubles and other factors convince me that liver flushing has been worth the effort. I was very fortunate to have had a doctor that fully supports liver flushes, so I have not had to deal with the unbelievers like so many have here, I went into this expecting something good to happen; I just didn't realize it would take so long.
I am only 14 and I have realized that my left rib cage sticks out more than my right, I am worried because I don't want something bad to happen in the future because of this. I want to try to find what is e matter with me before I try to get my parents to send me to the doctor. All my brothers and sisters don't have this problem, and my only conclusion I've come to is; I probably got hurt there or something when I was younger. To me, it looks like my left rib is pulled out more to the left.
If you find any information on this, please let me know.