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Appendix is such a part of the body, which is of no use, but sometimes it becomes an increased problem. Today in this blog, we will know the ’cause of appendicitis and how it is treated’. Is surgery necessary or can it be cured with medicine?
Doctor Manoj Nagvekar is with us, letting us know the important things related to appendicitis.
Dr. Manoj Nagvekar
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Dr. Manoj Nagvekar – Appendicitis causes pain inside the abdomen. There may be fever, there may be some symptoms like vomiting.
Dr. Manoj Nagvekar – There can be other reasons for pain in the right side of the abdomen. For example, there could be a stone on the right side. Before meeting with the surgeon to conclude what is it, we do ultrasonography to differentiate it. Sometimes pregnancy can happen. Firstly, by doing simple sonography, we can come to know many problems.
It is very important that if you are suffering from stomach pain, then you should not take medicines again and again. Consult an expert directly, consult a surgeon and get a sonography done.
Dr. Manoj Nagvekar – Sometimes it happens that the infection increases so much that the appendix swells and bursts. If the appendix bursts inside the body and spreads, then life can also be in danger. That’s why the doctor’s advice should also be listened to very carefully and should be followed.
Dr. Manoj Nagvekar – Appendicitis is a part of the body that does not cause any pain. But once that tissue is damaged, it is removed and there is no problem with it.
Once the appendix is removed, there is no problem. If there is an infection in the appendix, then it is necessary to remove it, otherwise, there can be a lot of trouble.
Dr. Manoj Nagvekar – It is not so because once the complete appendix is removed, there is no possibility of it coming back.
Dr. Manoj Nagvekar – The problem of appendix can happen to anyone, but it has been seen that it is more common in young children, such as the age group of 9 years to about 30 years, and among these, men are more likely to get infected.
Dr. Manoj Nagvekar – Sometimes antibiotic medicine also cures, but many times it happens that the infection becomes so much that the appendix bursts, and due to bursting the infection can spread to the stomach.
Dr. Manoj Nagvekar – Eat well, and exercise. Pay attention to eating and drinking. Have a healthy diet.
Dr. Manoj Nagvekar – Thank you so much.
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