Appendicitis gradual

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Did they check her for appendicitis? This can be a gradual thing that starts with pain around the navel moving to the right side. I'm glad you're insisting that you get answers!!!
I had a cat scan done and found out it was chronic appendicitis causing the symptoms. My appendix did not just go out all of a sudden, it was a gradual process and just kept getting worst over the years.
About a year and a half ago I went to the hospital with CRIPPLING right side pain. It was sudden, not gradual. And it felt like someone was stabbing me over and over again. The pain lasted for about 15 minutes then subsided. When I got to the hospital they ran blood tests, urine tests. They both came back fine. They did an ultrasound, and a CT scan. Both came back fine. The only thing they could tell me was to take some Motrin or Tylenol. So, I went back home.
Basically this is a way to (a) begin to get the waste out, (b) a three-day juice/liquid diet to cleanse the colon, (c) a gradual return to regular diet, and (d) how to keep your digestion straight. To begin all this endless info, I think you should get some enema kits from the drugstore and use them to begin to move waste that hasn't come out of your intestines yet, and begin doing enemas immediately, follow instructions, but do not use enemas more than two days.
Hi, I cannot help you with the gallbladder questions but I wanted you to know that I suffered with endometriosis and it was a year in January that I had a TAH/BSO (total hysterectomy including ovaries) and I have never felt better in my life!! I was found to have bilateral complex cysts on both ovaries measuring over 6cm. My doctor was quite certain it was endometriomas and thankfully he was right, but to say I was scared to death was an understatement.
After the first attack in October 2009 which landed me in the emergency room, a CT with contrast was performed which was normal. No appendicitis. The CT did show severe irritation at my terminal ileum (I think; whatever the juncture of the small and large intestines is called). I was given Flagyl and Leviquin via IV, along with morphine for the pain.
which is completely hard to believe with my parents'stocked fridge. by the time i came returned home i was having a shooting pain in my side. doc thought appendicitis but not acute enough to worry about. told me to stick to a fluid diet "just in case". i've had that same pain in my side since then. no real appetite, and thusly i have lost weight approximately 20 pounds (the weight loss was sudden within about 3 weeks) although i figure at this point i have gained about 3 to 5 back.
Calm yourself down and do not rush with the treatment, it is not appendicitis. 1 - 2 days or weeks do not make big difference. It is much more important to choose right strategy for the treatment than to start it asap with anything that first comes to your head. Take your time and take right decision. You may not need any treatment at all. If you say you have good ULTRASOUND and your DNA is about 6000 IU. You are fine at the moment.
Following is my case, please see if anyone can help or relate: I randomly get "periodic episodes" of severe stomach pains that occur roughly about 2-3 months apart, almost always a few hours (anywhere from 1-4) hours of having a dinner (that is, almost all episodes occur at night time right before or at about bed time); each generally lasting 7-9 hours on the average.
Surgery, schmurgery, I say. When I was, say 52 or so, I had appendicitis which as you may know is normally something you get in younger years -or not at all. So, into the hospital I went and they immediately THREW me in to a single unit room - in PEDIATRICS, if you can believe that. So naturally, all the nurses had this kind of maternal instinct thing going on, and I was well attended.
Its a gradual thing and at about a month clean you'll just realize you feel better and are more motivated to do things. There will still be some down times especially first thing when you wake up, I hated that! I wanted a pill to get me going so I could get the kids ready, pretty soon though coffee was enough. I relapsed after 8 monthes clean from a rehab for a short period because I honestly believed my kids should have a happy mommy for just one night.
I actually went to the doctor because I also got a 100 fever that night. They did a lot of tests -also appendicitis, ovarian cyst and pelvic inflamatory disease but fortunately none of these were positive. AND they said that this was definitely not related to pregnancy because I ovulated from the left ovary and my pain was in the right side of the abdomen. The pain is slowly going away after about 24 hours...So even if I am pregnant I did not feel anything after a few days...
I'm not sure how high up your pain is, but your gall bladder sends referred pain all over your body. My pain mimicked appendicitis....oops, that wasn't it....here lets take something else out of your body..Anyway, hang in there....you're not alone.
So, by the time I got into high school I was so bad off that my parents insisted that they remove my appendix (of course the doctor said I didn't have one because of the tests), but my parents insisted and low and behold I had a rare case of appendicitis. My appendix was loaded with stones and I almost died from the surgery and nearly slipped into a coma. So good luck and all you can do is be your own adocated.
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