Go to the ER. Appendicitis is an acute illness that, if left untreated, will lead to rupture within 2-3 days. If you think you have appendicitis, you belong in an er.
Emergency room. Go to the nearest emergency room, or see your primary care physician immediately.
What should I do I think I have appendicitis because I have all the symptoms I have a lot of pain and I have the urge to make a bowel movement and it does not ever come out
Appendicitis. Appendicitis is the inflammation of the appendix - a small, finger-like protrusion from the colon. It is considered a surgical emergency. The symptoms of appendicitis usually worsen over a period of 12-18 hours. The things to look for are: - an achy pain that starts around your belly button and eventually moves down and to the right - pain that worsens with jarring movements - nausea or loss of appetite - vomiting - fever - constipation or diarrhea - inability to pass gas of course, nothing is always easy or straightforward, so not everyone with appendicitis will have all of these symptoms or pain on the right. If you are having severe abdominal pain in general - you should call your doctor or go to the emergency room.
Abnormal. See GI or colorectal surgeon. Something is out of order but does not sound like typical appendicitis in this note.