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If You Don't Want To Suffer Appendix Disease, Avoid Excess Intake Of These 3 Things

Appendicitis is an inflammatory condition of the appendix, a finger-shaped pouch that protrudes from the colon on the lower right side of the abdomen. Appendicitis is a condition that causes discomfort in the lower right abdomen. However, for the majority of people, pain starts near the navel and then spreads.

Appendicitis disease is extremely prevalent in our culture today as a result of some foods we consume without realizing they cause appendicitis. 

And in some cases, the condition will not be diagnosed until it progresses to chronic appendicitis that requires immediate treatment. Whereas appendicitis disease can present with milder symptoms that last for an extended period of time and disappear and reappear. It is possible for it to go undiagnosed for several weeks, months, or even years if God intervenes on your behalf. 

Several Of The Symptoms Include the following: 

Please note that all of these are common symptoms of appendix disease and that if you notice any of them, you should seek medical attention for confirmation. 

1# Sudden pain in your lower right abdomen or pain that moves lower to your navel. This is frequently the first indication. 

2# Appetite loss. 

3# Nausea and vomiting immediately after the onset of abdominal pain. 

4# Swollen abdomen. 

5# Fever between 99 and 102 degrees. 

6# You are not permitted to pass out gas.

Haven known That, Bellow Are Things That Causes Appendix Disease.

Avoid Eating Local Rice Always.

Local rice is so densely packed with stones that it is impossible to extract them all. These stones may be swallowed inadvertently and then travel to your stomach, causing appendicitis. Sometimes, the swallowed object will be processed by the digestive tract and will naturally leave the body. In other instances, the object can become lodged or cause injury as it travels through the body. If this occurs, you will need medical attention. Depending on the situation, surgery may be required.

Avoid Taking Too Much Alcohol.

Individuals should abstain from driving, consuming alcohol, and operating machinery for several months following surgery. They should also avoid making significant decisions during the recovery period, as the anesthetic can impair their ability to think clearly for a couple of days. 

Additionally, lymphoid hyperplasia, a rapid increase in the development of white blood cells called lymphocytes associated with viral infection, can trigger obstruction. Excessive alcohol consumption can aggravate an appendicitis infection.

Avoid Too Much Smoking.

Ideally, you should refrain from smoking entirely after surgery. Surgery is an excellent motivator for smoking cessation. If you ever reintroduce smoking, wait at least four weeks. Certain parts of the body are susceptible to infection for weeks to months after surgery; heavy smoking is not recommended during this period.

If you smoke heavily, the chemical in tobacco and cigarrete is extremely toxic to your body and can cause damage to certain other delicate organs in your body system. 

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