Symptoms of Appendix Pain?


The symptoms of a severe pain of an appendix include a dull pain close to the bellybutton or in the upper/lower abdomen, back or rectum. The pain can be so severe that it causes feelings of nausea or induces vomiting. The abdomen may swell due to blocked wind.
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Appendicitis Symptoms
Symptoms of appendicitis include: lower right side abdominal pain, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, inability to pass gas, abdominal swelling, low grade fever, a sense you might feel better after passing. . . More »
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Vomiting, dizziness, blood urination, noticeable increase in abdominable pain.
I had a ruptured appendix when I was younger. I remember being rushed to the hospital, in fact, there wasn't any time to wait for the ambulance. I had never had any prior symptoms
What Is the Appendix? The appendix is a small finger-shaped pouch (around 3.5 inches long) connected to the large intestines and is located at the lower right side of the stomach
The appendix is a narrow,
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