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On Running and Appendectomies

I have a problem. That being, I am inherently lazy. It’s something I’ve learned to cope with as I got older and I have since devised ways to keep myself moving. 1,047 more words

Appendectomy

Wednesday 10/5/2015 - Stomach Pains

I woke up at about 4am with stomach pains today. I started my period yesterday so thought it could be tht – or bad wind hich has haunted me during chemotherapy. 575 more words

I Got Appendicitis. It Sucked.

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So as I mentioned in my last post, in the month of June I got appendicitis. Yeah after last year’s Typhoid Fever shebang (yeah I know Typhoid Fever… in suburban Florida… when I hadn’t traveled out of the country. 878 more words

Personal

Treating Appendicitis Without Surgery

Did you know that 1 in 10 Americans are affected by acute appendicitis at some point in their lives, that amounts to a whopping 300,000 surgeries a year. 331 more words

Research

Surgery-Free Appendicitis Treatment Growing In Popularity

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The appendectomy is one of the most common emergency surgeries in the United States. There’s a 10 percent chance you will have, or already have had, one. 707 more words

News

The man who cut out his own appendix

Rambo is fiction; this guy was real.

During an expedition to the Antarctic, Russian surgeon Leonid Rogozov became seriously ill. He needed an operation – and as the only doctor on the team, he realised he would have to do it himself.

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Inspirational! :)

The man who cut out his own appendix

Rambo is fiction; this guy was real.

During an expedition to the Antarctic, Russian surgeon Leonid Rogozov became seriously ill. He needed an operation – and as the only doctor on the team, he realised he would have to do it himself.