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Pain in the appendix, intense on pressing post laparoscopic appendix surgery, Meckels divertuculm and small bowel resection. Advise?

Hello.. I ve had an laparoscopic appendix surgery and Meckels divertuculm and small bowel resection about a 45 days ago and everything was fine until 2 days ago when i start feeling pain in my appendix are similar to the pain i had before the operation...when i touch that area and when i release it it hurts even very scared...please tell me
Asked On : Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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Hi..Tale.., the appendix, meckels diverticulum, small bowel is surgically removed.. the nerve supply of the appendix, and lower abdominal skin on right side is same .. hence you feel referred pain...
but after 1.5 months if you still feel same kind of pain, then you need to clinically examined, investigated to rule out post operative infection... do not neglect the condition..

Take care..
Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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