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That's actually happened to me before it's just a random time at a random place where my stomach area just starts to feel weird and if I don't stay still it gets worse and then when it happens it comes and goes then repeats every few seconds but goes away minutes later...
He might be a paramedics but I don't think he knows the ANATOMY of the body... Paramedics do NOT diagnose. Anything that associated with GI can be anything not just appendix. Appendix comes with fever and N/V. He didn't even asked those questions...????
Appendicitis usually the pain doesn’t start on the right it moves to the right it’s usually in the middle near the top and moves to the right. It could even start on the left but it barely starts on the right in the beginning.
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