Why do people get appendicitis?
I had appendicitis and my doctor said that I had it because of the lack of fiber in my body. So if you had appendicitis then you didn't take enough fiber as well. It also has to do with your diet. The way you eat as in how many times a day and what you occasionally eat. Nobody is really sure just what causes it. Some doctors believe it occurs when fibers or seeds irritate the appendix.
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…
Appendicitis can present itself in different ways with different people. Appendicitis symptoms normally start with a pain in the right side. There could be a fever associated with the pain if the appendix has already ruptured of if there is an infection present. Nausea and vomiting are also appendicitis symptoms.
The appendix is a sack that hangs off of the cecum - part of the large intestine. Appendicitis literally means swelling of the appendix. There are many causes, although obstruction is the most common. The end result is generally infection, which is often what leads to pain and other signs of appendicitis.
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!