Appendicitis

Where would you hurt if you were having a appendicitis?

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You could have pain at the appendix, that is, the lower right quadrant of the abdomen, or it could hurt on the left side. A common location for referred appendix pain is in the chest.

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It's not appendicitis, because that would entail pain in the lower right part.


Not only does it "hurt", but it will be the severest of severe pain.


Among the nasty things -- appendicitis.


you might have appendicitis if it hurts really bad espicially when you walk its probably appendicitis you have to go to the hospital i had appendicitis and i knew because it hurt really bad and i couldn't stand straight you must go to the hospital and get a catscan you don't want your appendix to rupture


If you are having symptoms of appendicitis you should see a doctor as soon as possible, since appendicitis can become very serious quickly. If you have abdominal pain that makes it impossible to sit or stay still, go to the emergency room.


No. You will receive the spinal or general anesthesia. So it will not hurt.


You can have appendicitis and no pain or you could have an appendicitis with a lot of pain. When i had appendicitis about a month ago i have some pain but it was not that bad that i couldn't walk or anything like that but the surgeon that did my operation said that some people have appendicitis and can not feel any pain but he also said that some people have really bad pain and have nothing wrong with them.


Having boiling oil dripped into them can cause them to hurt.


Could be either you are suffering from digestive problems, having a kidney infection or even an inflammation of the appendix known as appendicitis. You should see a doctor.


No, unless you had sex around the time you were ovulating.


Yes, of course you can have a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) and appendicitis. They are from different body systems. The UTI is fixed with antibiotics and appendicitis is ONLY fixed with surgery. If you had appendicitis you would get sicker every day with more pain and fever. You would know if you had appendicitis, it DOESN:T go away!


You may be experiencing Appendicitis, a condition characterized by inflamation of the appendix, which, if not treated, can often be fatal. A routine operation however, will solve the problem.


if you got hurt- then the nurse. if you hurt yourself or are having any outside issues- the counselor?


Having a period does not hurt, but having cramps during your period does.



It could be a variety of things but the immediate thing that comes to mind is appendicitis


Yes, both men and women have an appendix and can be prone to having an appendicitis.


i want to know where the appendicitis come from? how do you stop the appendicitis?


Appendicitis that is not yet as serious as acute appendicitis.


Try these tricks: When there is abdominal pain, push down in the spot that it hurts the most. Does it hurt more when you are pushing in, or when you let go? If it hurts most when you let go, that's called rebound tenderness, and it's likely to be appendicitis. Lay on your back, and lift your right leg without bending your knee. If it hurts really bad, it's likely to be appendicitis. Also it is less likely to have appendicitis if you are 18 years or older. Most cases of appendicitis occur at a young age, but then again it is known to occur in adults it's just a rare cause. Hope this helps hun.


Could be appendicitis. You should see a doctor.


This is possible in not so well managed patients.


what are the reaction on appendicitis


There is no way by which you can get the appendicitis.


Appendicitis is basically a disease of your appendix, a small organ off of your intestines. If you think you have appendicitis, press quickly down on the area that hurts, then sharply lift up. Which hurts more? If you truly have appendicitis, the lifting up should hurt a bit more. The pain would be in your lower right abdomen, though it can migrate. If you are reading this and you have all these signs, go to a hospital ASAP. You don't want a burst appendix, which will be a lot harder for doctors to clean up. I know all this because I've experienced it.



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