Appendicitis causes pregnancy

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I seen a doctor and have an ultrasound form to exclude appendicitis and am also on pain killers which are safe through pregnancy.
In fairness to her, she has been saying chronic appendicitis since she saw me 2 1/2 months ago. This stage of pregnancy, the end of the 1st trimester, is apparently the safest time for surgery. The baby is mature enough to handle the drugs without undue effects and yet the uterus is still small enough not to impede the surgery or get in the way. Just goes to show, there is such thing as chronic appendicitis! THough it seems gastro doctors don't believe in it.
However, they are more in case of ectopics, polycystic ovaries, gas in abdomen, IBS, Crohn's, pelvic inflammatory disease and similar conditions. Appendicitis <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cause</span>s pain that comes and does or may continue. The only way to confirm is by ultrasound of abdomen. This is quite safe in pregnancy. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
You should get an ultrasound done to check the stauts of pregnancy. If pregnancy is ruled out then secondary amenorrhea should be ruled out. Secondary amenorrhea is when a woman who has had normal menstrual cycles stops getting her monthly period for 3 or more months. causes of secondary amenorrhea include stress and anxiety, malnutrition, depression, overexercising, sudden weight loss or gain (obesity),thyroid disorders and hormonal imbalance due to polycystic ovarian syndrome(PCOS).
However if the pain persists then get other <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cause</span>s ruled out. Firstly it can be due to the dysplasia in your case. cause of such pain could be due to kidney stones, pelvic infections, urine infections, twisted ovarian cyst or rupture of ovarian cyst, appendicitis or any other referred pain due to other organ infections. Most of them may not show up on ultrasound. So get all these causes evaluated from a gynecologist to confirm the diagnosis.
Stress, weight loss, weight gain, sick, its not just pregnancy that causes u to miss a period.
After a textbook pregnancy and vaginal delivery 11 weeks ago, my wife has had a lot of pain in various places. Since, most of the pain has gone away except three areas of her abdomen which have instead increased in pain. One area is on her right side in sort of a "C" shape and is constant and sharp. The opposite side has a similar pain that comes and goes. Lastly, she has soreness all across the top of her bladder. A crude diagram is shown here: http://dl.dropbox.
However, cramps could also be a sign of ectopics, polycystic ovaries, IBS, Crohn's, pelvic inflammatory disease and similar conditions. Appendicitis <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cause</span>s pain that comes and does or may continue. The only way to confirm is by ultrasound of abdomen. This is quite safe in pregnancy. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
However, cramps could also be a sign of ectopics, polycystic ovaries, IBS, Crohn's, pelvic inflammatory disease and similar conditions. Appendicitis <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cause</span>s pain that comes and does or may continue. The only way to confirm is by ultrasound of abdomen. This is quite safe in pregnancy. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
However, cramps could also be a sign of ectopics, polycystic ovaries, IBS, Crohn's, pelvic inflammatory disease and similar conditions. Appendicitis <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cause</span>s pain that comes and does or may continue. The only way to confirm is by ultrasound of abdomen. This is quite safe in pregnancy. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
I am 27 weeks pregnant with Lower right abdomen pain, it has been coming and going and is quite painful. I seen a Doctor about it who ordered an ultrasound to exclude appendicitis as I have also had Diarrhea throughout My pregnancy where I will go up to four times or more a day and severe Morning sickness. The pain has been getting worse especially this last trimester and I have also been experiencing a temperature quite often.
There is no pain while coughing, though I haven't sneezed so I can't say if whether or not that <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cause</span>s pain. Applying pressure to the area does not cause any pain, and I could not feel any lumps or otherwise things that felt as if they shouldn't be there. Any idea what it might be? Or what could have happened? I first thought hernia, but I can not feel anything poking out. I next thought appendicitis, but I do not have any symptoms (aside from pain in that area).
I am really worried about it also (which I am sure doesn't help). What if it is something like appendicitis. Gall bladder ok - can manage that. But this pain is lower right and lower left. I was squatting yesterday and when I got up there was a wave of pain so strong I couldn't stand for a while and felt like I was going to faint, and then i was shaking like a leaf, even though the worst of the pain had passed. The hardest thing is not knowing what causes this.
chronic involvement of appendix (many a times ultrasound misses this as the appendix in such cases is hidden behind loops of intestine and typical symptoms of appendicitis are absent), involvement of kidney and inflammation of your intestine. Lower right abdomen pain is commonly due to appendicitis. The pain, can at times come and go and not give the classic picture.
However, abdominal pain could also be a sign of ectopics, polycystic ovaries, IBS, Crohn's, pelvic inflammatory disease and similar conditions. Appendicitis <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cause</span>s pain that comes and does or may continue. The only way to confirm is by ultrasound of abdomen. This is quite safe in pregnancy. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
with this you may have fever, diarrhea and abdominal pain and indigestion. The other <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cause</span>s are systemic infections, appendicitis, intracranial hypertension, hepatitis, eating disorders and certain medications. If your symptoms worsen consult your doctor for an evaluation. Regards.
The reason for the pain will depend on its location. I am enumerating the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cause</span>s for both males and females as you have not registered your gender. Lower right abdomen pain is commonly due to appendicitis. The pain, can at times come and go and not give the classic picture.
I had asked if it was appendicitis, but the doctor said it was not. But I am wondering what else it could be then or do you think the doctor misdiagnosed?
I have not heard of endosalpingiosis or cervicosis as <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cause</span>s of the type of pain that you are describing. If your gyneclogic workup is negative for STD, pregnancy, fibroids/adenomyosis, and appendicitis, then get an evaluation by a qualified pelvic floor physical therapist. They may be able to diagnose musculoskeletal pain and trigger points, which can be the cause of the pain that you are having.
Hi Welcome to the forum! Lower right abdomen pain is commonly due to appendicitis. The pain, can at times come and go and not give the classic picture. Crohn’s disease, diverticulitis, infection in kidney, kidney stones, constipation, ovary involvement in women, ectopic pregnancy in women, mesentry involvement, and an abscess in rectus abdominis muscle or psoas muscle can all cause lower right abdomen pain.
Lower right abdomen pain is commonly due to appendicitis. The pain, can at times come and go and not give the classic picture.
Hi! Lower right abdomen pain is commonly due to appendicitis. The pain, can at times come and go and not give the classic picture.
Lower right abdomen pain is commonly due to appendicitis. The pain, can at times come and go and not give the classic picture.
If the pain is very severe and you are also having nausea and vomiting and/or fevers, I would go see your doctor right away, as there are other possible <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cause</span>s for pain in your right lower abdomen including ovarian torsion, appendicitis, a urinary tract infection or kidney stone. The pain could also be due to something as simple as constipation.
Biliary colic or Gallstones Cholecystitis or inflammation of the gallbladder Duodenal ulcers Kidney Stones / ureteric stones Appendicitis Ovarian cyst Ectopic pregnancy Constipation Pulled muscle Trapped wind Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis and right lower lobe pneumonia, strangulated or obstructed hernia, polycystic ovaries, food poisoning, are other common causes of pain in the right side of the abdomen.
I am 30 weeks and 5 days pregnant and I am kinda worried that I won't makeit full term. I been having problems with my pregnancy ever since I found out that I was pregnant. I keep hearing different things from the doctors with every visit. First I was told that I had a cist that burst and that I had appendicitis and that I was gone have to get my appendix taking out. Then I was told that I didn't have appendicitis.
Lower right abdomen pain is commonly due to appendicitis. The pain, can at times come and go and not give the classic picture. Crohn’s disease, diverticulitis, infection in kidney, kidney stones, constipation, ovary involvement in women, ectopic pregnancy in women (ruled out due to long history) , and mesentry (a thin tissue that carries the blood, nerves and lymphatics for the intestine) involvement.
Lower right abdomen pain is commonly due to appendicitis. The pain, can at times come and go and not give the classic picture.
Lower right abdomen pain is commonly due to appendicitis. The pain, can at times come and go and not give the classic picture.
Hi, There could be several <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>cause</span>s of the symptoms you are having. A muscle pull can cause pain abdomen, but it should not cause any nausea, vomiting or constipation. 'http://www.abdopain.com/lower-right-abdominal-pain.html You need to consult a doctor to rule out appendicitis, kidney stones, diverticulitis, crohn's disease, pelvic inflammatory disease etc.
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