Apologies in advance for a 'long story' post- I'll try to keep it brief, and would appreciate hearing about any experiences you have had in this area. I have been worried about my liver due to tenderness in my bottom right rib. I went to see the doctor in March to check for enlarged liver, gall-bladder etc, and he had a good poke around, and concluded my liver doesn't feel enlarged, and it's costochondritis- rib muscle inflammation. To be fair, this is very believable as I have symmetrical pain all around my ribs, it's just more prominent at the bottom right. In December, a twist of my body would send enough pain that I mistook the first attack for a heart attack. It's lighter now, and comes and goes. My solar plexus also hurts to the touch today, and both sides under the pectoral muscle. It went away for a while and came back recently. My main issue is that I tend to terrify myself I have serious liver or pancreatic problems that the doctor missed. I appreciate that getting a round of tests done is probably best, but I want to let the worst of the coronavirus distancing pass, lose some weight (as he ordered me to do in March) and try to get my sugars under control. I'd like to hear from people who have had issues like cirrhosis, liver disease, pancreatitis to learn more, and also people who've had costochondritis or similar.