Appendix Appendicitis is a tube connected to the cecum which is a pouch-like structure in the colon, near the junction of the small and large intestine in the lower abdomen. This appendix is ??a small and shaped like a worm. The appendix is ??a small tube, with a hole into the large intestine, and the other end closed. Some situations that can cause inflammation of the appendix is ??the entry of foreign bodies, trauma, intestinal worms. Appendicitis is the term for appendicitis. Usually, the inflammation caused by dirt or foreign objects blocking access to the appendix. In some cases, it is caused by cancer. Appendicitis usually occurs after infection of the digestive tract or when the tube joining the appendix or colon is blocked by trapped food or feces. Appendicitis can cause a variety of bacteria and microorganisms. Appendicitis can occur in people of any gender, and even of all ages as well. The severity of the disease will vary depending on how quickly recognized and diagnosed. The biggest danger in the appendix is ??that infected appendix will burst and spread infection in the stomach. Making it safer to perform surgical removal of infected appendix before the infection spreads. Here are some common symptoms of appendicitis: High fever Stomach cramps Loss of appetite Feel sick Throw up Painful urination Swelling in the abdomen Constipation Pain in rectum Pain in the abdomen Pain in the navel Pain usually worsens with faster Increased pain when coughing, walking, or even move Feeling hot and cold Bloating for more than a few days If you experience any of the above mentioned symptoms, you should immediately contact your doctor. If proven appendicitis, surgery usually will be done to remove an appendix.
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