How To Treat Inflammation Of The Appendix?
Hi, good evening. I am 22 years old. 4 months ago I was diagnosed with an appendix, I suggested surgery for it, but I didn’t want to. In the end I was given medicine for my daily treatment, and checked again 3 weeks later. The results were very unexpected. I am not sick of appendix. But lately, the pain has reappeared and is getting worse. I only rely on drugs that were previously given. Is this appendix or other disease? Please help cooking. Thank you
Pain in the lower right abdomen in women can indeed be a variety of causes both in the digestive organs, urinary tract organs or reproductive organs. One that often occurs is inflammation of the appendix or appendix can be acute and chronic where the main symptoms are pain spreading from the middle stomach to the lower right abdomen, can be accompanied by decreased appetite, fever, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea or constipation, stomach bloating and others.
In mild cases it can not be done surgery and only given antibiotics and pain relievers, but if complaints recur and there is inflammation or severe infection it is necessary to do surgery immediately because if not inflammation of the appendix can be more severe risk until it can rupture and cause infection in the entire abdominal cavity or called peritonitis which requires greater surgery.
For this reason, you need to go back to the surgeon to evaluate your condition and do a physical examination and additional examinations such as blood lab, urine test, ultrasound, pelvic examination or CT scan. Immediately get checked because appendicitis can be an emergency that can be dangerous.
May be useful.