Ok, i was about 19, and i was going out with my soon to be x, and we where at the dollar theater when it hit. A giant pain in my abdomen, it felt like what i came to know as apendicitis, of course back then i didn't know what it was.
I go to University hospital, and they take me in quick becasue i throw up gummies all over the lobby, and they run a few blood and pee tests, and get nothing. So they send me home with a diagnosis of probable gas pains.
So fastforward 2-3 years later, i'm at home, just finished a beer and fell asleep. I wake up with the same exact pain, i remember it from before, as if it was just the day before, and call my mother writhing in pain, who races over the grab me and this time takes me to methodist. They run tests on me, then go and x-ray (or whatever machine it was) my apendix. Vwala, i have late apendicitis, any longer and it would have burst. That means that a few years earlier i had it too.
Doesen't appendicitis NOT go away, does that mean for over 2 years i'd been walking around with it? I'm still mad at university at missing it, but some people have to rely on it since its the ONLY trama center in san antonio.
anyway thats my misdiagnosis story!
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