Appendicitis In Kids
Appendicitis In Kids

Appendicitis In Kids

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low-grade fever

loss of desire

nausea and vomiting

nausea (especially Smaller quantities, with mucus)

swollen or bloated abdomen, particularly in babies

There’s absolutely not any way to prevent appendicitis, but with the ideal diagnostic tests and antibiotics, most cases are identified and treated without any complications.

If appendicitis isn’t treated, the inflamed appendix can burst 24 to 72 hours after the symptoms start. If the appendix does burst, the pain can spread across the entire abdomen and the child’s fever might be quite large, reaching 104°F (40°C).

The symptoms of appendicitis may vary according to a child’s age. In children 2 years old or younger, the most frequent symptoms are nausea and a bloated or swollen abdomen, accompanied by pain.

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