Can you get appendicitis if you run around after eating?

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6 Responses

  1. dyosa says:

    Buti nalang hindi ko na yang problema. Had an appendectomy when I was in 2nd yr High School. Papunta kami sa moviehouse ng nanay ko nun. Hindi na kami natuloy kasi hindi na ako makalakad due to an incredible pain in my right abdomen all the way to my right thighs.

  2. dyosa says:

    *right thigh* lang pala. Haha. Naalala ko na Batman film pa nga yung papanoorin namin eh.

    calvin: buti di na kayo nagpatumpik tumpik pa. hehe siguro after ng operation di ka na sinabihan ng parents mo na wag tumakbo after kumain kasi baka magka-appendicitis ka :P

  3. Jaimon says:

    Thanks! Now we all know that DK is WRONG!

    calvin: who’s DK? Donkey Kong?

  4. ruth says:

    so anong nangyari..??naoperahan ka??..hmmm…ndi pla totoo!!!!!..

    • Emily says:

      hello Doc, my was operated last friday march 12 because of his apendiz explode we dont know what the causes, we suspected because of too much coffee or maybe air in his stomach thats why it hurts him soo we took him to a quack doctor they called..and the quack doctorl told us that he felt symptoms of kidney failure and he gave my brother a massage to his stomach.. after it we go home and my brother still feel the pain and it worst so we decided to took him to hospital then the doctor operated because his apendix was explode…is it because of the massage thats why his apendix exploded or because theres another problem?

  5. Matthew says:

    I’m curious. First, the appendix is not entirely useless. A discovery in 2007 showed that the appendix actually houses and cultivates “good” bacteria, thus strengthening the immune system. Now, even though its removal from the body would not culminate in any obvious detriment to a person, perhaps a minor disadvantage could be proposed: an increased risk of infection. Good bacteria in the intestines help to prevent the establishment of harmful bacteria in the intestines (e.g., E.coli), so a removal of the appendix might increase susceptibility to these crazy bacteria . Keep in mind though that good bacteria can also be introduced through diet (e.g., yogurt). They really need to conduct a survey-type follow-up study on this discovery to figure out whether people without an appendix actually experience more infections, diarrheas, fevers, etc.

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