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Rumbling appendicitis

    Rumbling appendicitis is a rare non-acute form of appendicitis Exhibited symptoms can be identical to someone experiencing acute appendicitis however patients to not usually experience vomiting fever or gastritis A rumbling appendix is inflamed but not infected hence there is no need for emergency surgery The pain associated with a Rumbling appendix is restricted to the lower right abdomen sometimes shifting from the upper right abdomen Rumbling appendicitis can be treated if diagnosed correctly A sole-juice diet for three to four days followed by only whole foods for another tree days If feverish symptoms develop it is essential that the patient is admitted to hospital immediately a a ruptured appendix can be potentially fatal