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About a year or two ago I got really bad pains in my abdomen which was accompanied by sweating and a list of other symptoms. I went to the hospital and was told that the pain was in my appendix but they weren't going to do anything as the pain was gone by the time I reached the hospital.
For the past two days I have been throwing up. I've also had a fever, nausea and tenesmus. Today during an English assessment I had a lot of pain on my right, which moved to my left and back to my right. I tolerated it during the test and then went home. We couldn't go to the hospital right away but by the time we were ready the pain was gone again. Now, every time I eat, I feel very nauseous and have pain in what I believe to be the hypogastric reigon of my abdomen.
Is what I've experienced today appendicitis and should I consult my GP or visit the emergency room. What can I do for now to relieve my discomfort?
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