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Question: Sometimes if I bend over forward, example, tieng a shoelace, I get a tremendous pain underneath right breast. The only thing I think about is this is the URQ, which contains the liver. Can you shed any light on what may be going on? Thank you. Claudia

Answer: Dear Claudia,

Pain that occurs when bending over in the liver area may have different causes. Sharp pains can occur when there are problems in the intestinal tract or in the urinary tract such as kidney stones or kidney infections.

Pain in that area could also be caused by back problems such a bulging disc.

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