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I posted on here a few months back about my attempt to get some treatment, following months of pain from when my appendix perforated and formed an abcess, an appendix mass. I had an exploratory laproscopy a few days ago, where they found a virtually intact appendix, told me it didnt look infected, but was fibrous. they have sent it to pathology. just wondering what could this mean?
Ive had the pain of appendicitis at varying levels, before and ever since it "perforated". I have visited a and e 6 times when my symptons have been acute and been admitted once for a bowel blockage , in my opinion as a result of the appendix affecting it since the appendix mass. I have had 3 contrast CT scans, 1 MRI , 2 xrays, 2 ultrasounds, since the perforated appendix. All have come back with results stating there is no appendix left. How can that happen?
The lower gi surgical team are not keen to share too many details. having been hassling them to do something to help me for 9months , I am not their favourite patient, so I cant see them passing on much info from pathology.
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