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The most common complication of appendectomy is infection of the wound, that is, of the surgical incision. Such infections vary in severity from mild...
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During an appendectomy, an incision two to three inches in length is made through the skin and the layers of the abdominal wall over the area of the...
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After having your appendix removed, keep your incision clean to promote healing and avoid infection.
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It is not clear if the appendix has an important role in the body in older children and adults. There are no major, long-term health problems...
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Hi Are we talking straight the op, on some time after it, like a month or so?I think when a had mine done, my wife was straight on it as soon as I...
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Hi I would not think so, but could be an infection, or could be just a weak bladder.The infection your would need to see your doctor, for tests.If...