Is it normal to have pulsating below my left ribs?

by Tracey
(Brooklyn, NY)

Is it normal to have pulsating below my left ribs? It feels like something is there or my heart has dropped below the ribs. It pulses that strongly.

I am currently being treated for roundworms. What do you know about this and what can I do to get rid of them? I have already taken some pills, but they seem to be still around.

I have a follow up with a doctor, but want to gather as much information as I can in the meantime. Do I need X-Rays or an MRI?

Hi Tracey,

I wouldn't say it is "normal" to have pulsating below your left ribs. I've noticed that sometimes we can feel our pulse in a lot of strange places on the body at different times, though.

I would definitely mention it to your doctor during your follow up visit. I can't imagine it is anything as serious as your heart dropping. That would be the first I'd heard of such a thing.

It could be a simple symptom of the roundworms or a reaction to the pills that you took to get rid of them. It's hard to nail it down when there are so many possibilities.

What pills did you take? Were they natural supplements or prescription drugs?

Regardless, if you feel that they didn't do the job, I'd recommend a couple of things for a natural treatment to help your body get rid of the roundworms.

  • Herbal Fiberblend for cleansing.
  • Florafood for building up the good bacteria in your system and returning balance to your immune system.

Those would be my top recommendations, but there are also some other good quality choices. You can check out similar options available at the Global Healing Center if you prefer.

Whatever products you settle on for yourself, you definitely need a thorough clean out with an herbal cleansing product to get rid of the roundworms and some probiotics to replenish the friendly bacteria that your body needs and strengthen your immune system.

Otherwise, you will probably continue to struggle with a recurrence of the roundworms and associated symptoms of parasite infection.

Do let me know what the doctor says about whether he/she thinks it is normal to have pulsating below your left ribs and what they recommend. I'm interested in hearing your results.

To your good health!

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