I can't find a forum for this - appendix question. I don't know where else to post. I have reasons to ask this. I wondered if at the start of problems with the appendix, if you always have a temperature? I was googling but one site mentioned nothing of a temp. I went to the ER the other day (back and keg pain). They for some reason pushed on my right side where the appendix is located and I was surprised at his much pain it was. It hurt awhile after too. I have been getting pain down there lately but never told the dr bc it just comes and goes.
It will hurt a few different ways - stabbing sharp pain and just reg pain. My back and left pain is increasing. Going to have a MRI of my lower back tomorrow. I am sure they can't tell from that.
I have had a bug loss of appetite and nausea. There are other symptoms but I think they are just from my neuro issues. The ER dr said it could be my appendix until I said my leg pain from my back is the other side. My back pain is clear across though.
Any help will so be appreciated. Thank you ahead if time.
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