For those who don’t know about such alignment, it is a condition in which the appendix becomes inflamed and filled with pus, causing pain which can be acute or chronic. Some of the common symptoms like pain around the bellybutton, loss of appetite, nausea, abdominal swelling, and low grade fever are commonly which we’ll be discuss later. In most cases, such appendicitis occurs most often between the ages of 10 and 30 and one most possible cause of appendicitis is an obstruction in the appendix that can lead to bacteria multiplying inside the organ and the formation of pus. And other aspect as being a digestive alignment there are countless possibilities can be sorted or considered to be blamed.
The obstruction may be either partial or complete which is a cause for emergency surgery. And obstruction is often due to an accumulation of fecal matter, which can be caused sue to enlarged lymphoid follicles, worms, trauma and most likely tumors. In such conditions the bacteria can multiply inside the organ causing formation of pus that leads to increase pressure and cause pain. It can also compress local blood vessels. A lack of blood flow to the appendix might cause gangrene. Needleless to say it can also be life threatening and hence it is wise to know following symptoms and be prompt to seek medical assistance if needed.
Belly bottom pain: In most cases children and pregnant women are likely to experience pain in different areas of their abdomen or on their side. And such pain would get worse when one move your legs or abdomen, cough or sneeze, or are jarred during a bumpy car ride are some instance.
Intensifying Pain: The pain in the lower part of the abdomen can likely to be very intense and agonizing. Appendicitis is indeed severe enough to wake someone who is sleeping and once it hits to the point of severity of pain which can increase quickly, just within a matter of hours, which clearly can be sign of not being stomach cramps or stomach ache.
Vomiting-nausea and even losing appetite: For couple days the appetite is could be low with some mild nausea and vomiting in such cases. They could also be much similar to what you might have with a stomach bug and in case if it improves in a day or so, you’re probably fine. But if not or if you are feeling a fever and lower-right abdominal pain then it is wise to seek medical attention. The vomiting for more than 12 hours, or have had diarrhea for more than a couple days are also signs worth calling doctor for.
Fevers & chills: speaking about fevers, if you happens to have stomach pain with a 100-degree fever, then it is still in the safer and not panicking zone. But in case if you have a 103-degree fever along with stomach pain at severe level that you can’t stand up straight, it may be appendicitis and worth seeking immediate medical assistance.
Constipation and diarrhea: much like many other digestive alignments the symptoms of these may not be severe and probably will come on after you’ve already experienced abdominal pain. But if you have mild level of minable diarrhea, especially when there is a lot of mucus in it with lower-right abdominal pain, then it could be treacherous.
Rebound tenderness: Such symptom occurs when one push on the lower-right part of your abdomen and then experience pain when releasing the pressure. And hence it is suggested not to push on your abdomen again if it hurts and also see your doctor if you experience rebound tenderness. Particularly if you are experiencing a fever, nausea, or other symptoms!