Pain, often very intense, on the right side, below and about an inch to the right of the bellybutton and just above the hipbone. The pain can radiate to the back often making standing upright too difficult. Pressure (pushing with fingers) in the area usually decreases the pain but returns when pressure is released.
Vomiting,nausea and fever are all indicators also.
This seldom cures itself and a trip to the emergency room is warranted as a burst appendix is possibly fatal.
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When i had i.. At t felt at first like a period cramp then slowly went to sever pain where i tried to get up to use the bathroom and feel straight to the floor I start to get a high fever and went to the emergency room and they caught it right in time temp went up to 103.1 and got rushed in the hospital at triage it was the worse feeling u will ever feel i know that
That happened to me except the emergency people came to my house and I got up off the floor and said " I'm fine" they had to check to see if I was able to follow the light you know the basics. They left and I didn't have to go to the hospital there was an spanked of life with derek RIGHT after that happened to me I just died of laughter.
i was 17 when that happened to me
how old were you?
At first i felt**
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