Appendicitis stories could make us aware of appendicitis. Appendicitis is like a common disease in any age. It can be dangerous if there is no immediate treatment. Appendix removal should be performed immediately before appendicitis bursts and spreads infection into the abdomen cavity.
The only treatment and work fine for appendicitis involves surgically removing the organ (appendix). Some researchers believe that appendix removal is no harm health. So you have to aware of its complications. You better some stories from people with appendicitis experiences.
Appendicitis stories could make you aware of appendicitis pathway. At least, you can prevent it as possible as you can. Here are some appendicitis stories from many people in a post from :
“I had pain in my stomach (not the lower right abdomen sharp pain), but it was a sharp pain that would not go away. It felt like someone was jabbing me with a knife. I went to the Emergency and medical team discovered it was my appendix” – Lisa, 25 years old, Brooklyn, NY
“I was not feeling great (not feeling well and running a fever), but I thought maybe it was the flu. Then my lower right side abdomen started to hurt. I tried to ignore it, but the pain just kept getting more intense throughout the day. I searched on Google my symptoms and realized it could be appendicitis, so my husband took me to Emergency.”
– Rita, 31 years old, Denver, CO
“it started with pain in my abdomen (I thought it was my period), but then the pain moved to my lower back. The pain feels like dull at first, so I went to bed with a heating pad, but when it became really severe I knew something was wrong with me. I called my ob-gyn and her nurse told me to go to the Emergency.”
– Sherry, 43 years old, Chicago
“I was convinced it was the flu: I had chills, fever, and pain in my belly and back. I also had diarrhea. I went to the doctor thinking she’d give me a flue test, but after a thorough exam she diagnosed me with appendicitis and scheduled me for surgery.”
– Sheldon, 55 years old, St. Paul, MN
“I was super nauseous. I kept feeling like I was going to throw up. Then my stomach started to hurt. It was dull at first, but then became more and more intense, so I went to a walk-in clinic.”
—Dan, 29 years old, Teaneck, NJ
“I was just feeling off: I was constipated, and I felt like I had to pass gas but couldn’t. Then I started cramping. I thought maybe it was something weird that I ate. I went to the walk-in clinic thinking it was a stomach bug.”
—Max, 25 years old, Austin, TX
“My stomach felt really bloated, like I drank too much carbonated soda. Also, my kids are always giving me tight hugs and when they touched my stomach that day, it really hurt. The pain got more intense as the day wore on. I wasn’t worried, though, until it started to hurt in my lower back and on the right side near my hip. I went to my doctor and he diagnosed it immediately.”
—Dara, 38 years old, Tampa, FL
“My son had it when he was 10. He had been running around all afternoon, but then started complaining about intense pain in his stomach. It got so bad that he was doubled-over. We took him to urgent care, where the doctor diagnosed him.”
—Bob, 49 years old, Hoboken, NY
Almost all of the appendicitis stories told the appendicitis appear as a sharp, dull, or intense abdomen pain. The pain is classic pain in the lower right abdomen. Lower right abdomen is exactly where the appendix location.
And almost all of the appendicitis stories told that they had performed appendix removal surgery at first they found the symptoms of appendicitis. The key here is to know the appendicitis signs and symptoms so that the complication could be prevented and appendicitis surgery is performed immediately after.