How long would it take for scar tissue from an open appendix removal take to start causing abdomen pain?

Variable. Scar tissue often never causes pain, so it's impossible to determine the answer to your question. If you're having chronic pain after healing from an open appendectomy, see your surgeon. There may be something that could be causing the pain and that could be treated.

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Can scar tissue from open appendix removal ause abdomen pain an if so how can it be treated?

Sometimes. It depends upon where the scar tissue is. If it is on the surface of the abdomen, a scar revision might help. If it is deeper, you might need a general surgeon to look into it for you. Read more...
Yes it can. There are a variety of potential causes for pain followi g an open appendix removal due to e extensive scar tissue that has formed and may cause traction on adjacent organs or structures. This tends to be most active for the first 6 weeks after injury typically resolving after that but may persist and be indicative of other problems such as obstruction or keloid formation. Discuss with your surgeo. Read more...