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The appendix holds a reservoir of helpful bacteria in case the rest dies.  For example, if you have a GI infection or perhaps a course of...
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Hi Its time for you to either see your own doctor or get to the ER ASAPThe last thing you need is for it to burst.Good Luck
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Hi No its from a very small piece of faeces getting inside you appendix, this flairs up and away you go full blown appendicitis, nothing to do with...
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Hi here’s a couple of links that may just help you and your problem. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2687673/ http://www.sages...
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I'm not exactly sure what you're asking, but I'll answer as best I can.Appendicitis means "inflammation of the appendix." The...
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Your surgeon's office should have given you instructions on this. Usually, though, staples come out between 10-21 days after surgery. Note this...
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No, that would not be a wise thing to do. No one would put an appendix back in....
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HI, Why, it really serves no purpose, and if you have had it, then your know what real pains are like, so if it was put back, you could get that all...
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Hi Look as this is a touchy feely thing, there is not a lot we can do from here, so its either your ER or get to your doctor, and take it from there...
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Perhaps I can put your mind at ease.What you're describing as "pus" probably isn't pus at all. If it were, your doctor would have...
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Hi This is just one thing you do not need it will cause death, unless its treated straight away, it just spreads all over your guts in a way you...
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Hi Not good just make sure your drinking plenty, see your doctor ASAPBut cant think of reason why you are assuming the cross over, other wise you...
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A ruptured appendix releases bacteria from the colon into the abdominal cavity, so this is the cause of the infection. She should be under constant...
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Not routinely. It depends on the surgeon, the location of the colon resection, and even the insurance company. It has been common practice to remove...
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