Appendicitis pain in both genders usually follows a definite path but in women, gynecological disorders can create confusion given the proximity of the appendix to the right ovary, the fallopian tube, and the uterus. However, the symptoms you need to watch out for include - right sided lower abdominal pain accompanied by nausea, vomiting, fever and chills.
The onset of appendicitis is usually marked by a low-grade fever and an aching pain that begins around the belly button, and slowly creeps over to the lower right abdomen. Any movement, even coughing or sneezing, can cause the pain to sharpen. This is often accompanied by bloating, loss of appetite, nausea and/or vomiting soon after abdominal pain begins.
Once an appendicitis attack is underway, surgery is the best option. Post-surgery, you can reduce the inflammation with natural remedies like turmeric and manage the pain with meditation and acupuncture. Your best bet is to prevent appendicitis by regularizing your bowel movement and averting infections. Eat fresh fruits, fiber, immunity-boosting vitamins, and probiotics like yogurt. Also stay hydrated.
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