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Beware of this uncommon appendicitis symptoms

The symptoms of appendicitis are following in this particular order :First is pain. It is acute sharp pain in the right iliac fossa . the patient becomes extremely restless and the pain is unbearable develong within seconds to minutes.
This s followed by extreme nausea and there can be an episode or two of actual vomiting.
This is usually followed by some rise in temperature. It can go up to around 100 or 101 degrees Fahrenheit.

If you have appendicitis and the symptoms suddenly disappear is could be a sign that your appendix burst. When it bursts you may experience a sudden. Relief of symptoms but soon sepsis will set it and the situation with be much more emergent.

The symptoms of appendicitis are following in this particular order :First is pain. It is acute sharp pain in the right iliac fossa . the patient becomes extremely restless and the pain is unbearable develong within seconds to minutes.
This s followed by extreme nausea and there can be an episode or two of actual vomiting.
This is usually followed by some rise in temperature. It can go up to around 100 or 101 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • You have pain in your belly. The pain may begin around your belly button.
  • The pain in your belly gets stronger and moves below your belly button on your right side. This is the most common place to feel pain when you have appendicitis.
  • The pain does not go away and gets worse when you move, walk, or cough.
  • You have pain in any part of your belly or on your side.
  • You feel nauseated or throw up a few times. You also may not feel like eating.
  • You have constipation, back pain, a slight fever, or a swollen abdomen.
  • MANY patients have no pain at all and only constant nausea the key to determine it is blood values to see if white count is elevated and palpation of the area over the appendix to see if it is swollen.  Imagining studies are helpful as well
    There is much research debating the need to remove it as opposed to medicate it with an equal amount on each side.  The deciding factor is how aggressive it has swollen and how chronic does it flair up.
  • The site of your pain may vary, depending on your age and the position of your appendix. When you’re pregnant, the pain may seem to come from your upper abdomen because your appendix is higher during pregnancy.
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