Appendicitis warning signs - Early appendicitis symptoms - Managing appendicitis

Causes Of Appendicitis               The appendix, which is a sac that is connected to the intestines becomes blocked, it gets inflamed and causes what is known as appendicitis. A perforated appendix happens when the appendix bursts because of a lack of blood supply.More...

Early Appendicitis Symptoms

Early Appendicitis Symptoms

Each and every patient who is suffering from appendicitis may not exhibit all the symptoms of this disease. Also, often early symptoms are mistaken for other ailment, which is very risky, since an untreated appendix may lead to sever health issues.More...

 

How Do You Know If You Have Appendicitis ?

How Do You Know If You Have Appendicitis

Till date doctors have not been able to figure out what exactly the appendix does for the body, but when it gets infected, it causes this painful condition called appendicitis, and must be attended to immediately.More...

 

How To Treat Appendicitis ?

How To Treat Appendicitis

Doctors often face a challenge when diagnosing appendicitis, since this disease comes with symptoms that are quite similar to those of other medical disorders. In order to confirm his suspicion, your doctor will first check for abdominal tenderness and pain, and then ask you to get these tests done -- blood, urine, chest and abdomen X rays and a CAT scan.More...

 

Managing Appendicitis

Managing Appendicitis

Mild to fairly severe appendicitis can be treated with only antibiotics, minus any surgery. Many patients have found relief with the use of antibiotics alone, but there is no information on whether they suffered any long term side effects, or were faced with a similar problem again and if yes, how the appendicitis was handled when it appeared the second time.More...

 

What Does Appendicitis Feel Like ?

What Does Appendicitis Feel Like

Abdominal pain is the prime symptom of appendicitis, with the first signs of pain usually occurring near the bellybutton, and often people misread this symptom as that of indigestion. The pain then shifts to the lower right region of the stomach, and keeps getting worse, especially when the person walks or coughs, and is often accompanied by fever.More...