Five years ago i was hospitalized for a burst appendix.
The omentum, a sheet of fatty tissue, often wraps itself around the inflamed appendix, and an exudate that normally develops in the areas of inflammation behaves like glue and seals off the appendix from...
This is what the Doctors explained had happened to me. For the next five days i was fed antibiotics and discharged with a clean bill of health.
I recently have come across material that says i still should have had my abdominal cavity cleaned and the appendix removed. Does this sound right? I know it's been five years but can I have future problems? Does this mean my appendix is still there?
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