Abdominal Pain Accompanied By Nausea And Vomiting After Intercourse When Experiencing Symptoms Of Appendicitis?
, my husband is experiencing symptoms of appendicitis. Only mild symptoms. When we have a husband and wife relationship, after 30 minutes his stomach aches and nausea that he wants to vomit. Is there a relationship between husband and wife relationship with appendicitis?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Appendicitis is a disease that occurs in a structure called appendicitis in the digestive system. This part is said so because as the name implies, this intestine is deadlocked, so that the rest of the food and stool that enters it, can get trapped and not processed until it comes out like the others. If this buildup continues, inflammation can occur and appendicitis develops. Handling can be with the use of antibiotics, but if it is severe, surgery can be needed.
Regarding your question, having sex does not trigger inflammation in the appendix, nor does it worsen the condition. This is because the two are not systemically related, and there are no channels connecting the reproductive and digestive organs. So that your husband experienced, it just so happened that his stomach pain appeared during sexual intercourse, but there was no connection.
That way, you and your husband are free to have sex at any time, even though the appendicitis has not been treated. Even so, if the pain is very severe, it is better to take a break first and immediately consult a surgeon or emergency room at the nearest hospital if the pain is already unbearable. So, hopefully answering your question.