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What is the very first symptom of appendicitis?
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In brief: Abdominal pain
May be mild, increase, move to right lower abdomen and focus and intensify loss of appetite, nausea and occ vomiting may also be early and confuse with gastroenteritis.

In brief: Abdominal pain
May be mild, increase, move to right lower abdomen and focus and intensify loss of appetite, nausea and occ vomiting may also be early and confuse with gastroenteritis.
Dr. Creighton Wright
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Dr. Barry Rosen
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In brief: "stomach ache"
Appendicitis usually begins with ill-defined abdominal pains not unlike a "normal" stomach ache, often associated with nausea and a poor appetite.
Typically within 24 hrs, the pain appears to change, becoming sharp, constant, and well-localized to the right lower abdomen.

In brief: "stomach ache"
Appendicitis usually begins with ill-defined abdominal pains not unlike a "normal" stomach ache, often associated with nausea and a poor appetite.
Typically within 24 hrs, the pain appears to change, becoming sharp, constant, and well-localized to the right lower abdomen.
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