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Sounds very much like appendicitis, if it persists and gets too severe to stand, go to the hospital.
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In order for you to be properly diagnosed, you would need to see a medical provider for an examination and, possibly, some imaging studies...
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Hi Why not, if its still there and its now playing up, then you need to get this seen to.So if your now having problems, see your doctor ASAPGood Luck
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If you have classic signs of appendicitis....worsening right, lower-quadranat abdominal pain/tenderness....then why wait?  In the past, we would...
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If you suspect something is wrong with your appendix see a doctor ASAP, as the appendix rupturing is life threatening!
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Hi, Well if was not removed then its still there, Yes, I think it would be best to go see your doctor ASAP, get the test, he will know then, if so...
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Surgery to remove the appendix, which is called an appendectomy, is the standard treatment for appendicitis.
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If appendicitis is even suspected, doctors tend to err on the side of safety and quickly remove the appendix to avoid its rupture. If the appendix...
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There is no way to prevent appendicitis. However, appendicitis is less common in people who eat foods high in fiber, such as fresh fruits and...
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The classic symptoms of appendicitis include: Dull pain near the navel or the upper abdomen that becomes sharp as it moves to the lower right...
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Call your doctor if you have pain that matches these symptoms: Dull pain near the navel or the upper abdomen that becomes sharp as it moves to...
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Diagnosing appendicitis can be tricky. Time is critical, yet appendicitis symptoms are frequently vague or extremely similar to other, less urgent...
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Appendicitis is an inflammation of the appendix, a 3 1/2-inch-long tube of tissue that extends from the large intestine. The appendix contains...
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Appendicitis occurs when the tube-shaped appendix becomes blocked, often by fecal material, a foreign body, or cancer. Blockage may also occur from...
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There is no way to prevent appendicitis. However, appendicitis is less common in people who eat foods high in fiber, such as fresh fruits and...
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