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By alephnull - / Wednesday 2 February 2011 21:07 / Canada
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  Rei_Ayanami  |  18

#51 They did actually, even though nothing was wrong they would still have to give a scan and other test before the could know for sure, and those can cost a pretty penny.

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  Rei_Ayanami  |  18

#51 They did actually, even though nothing was wrong they would still have to give a scan and other test before the could know for sure, and those can cost a pretty penny.

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  ChibiChibi_fml  |  22

That is not necessarily true that they wouldn't be able to walk. I've known several people who have had appendicitis who were walking around while they had it. One of them even drove themselves to the hospital because of the intense pain in their side.

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  Aerious  |  0

Oh, when I was thought to have had it I stopped at a doctor before going to the ER and they said it was hard to walk when you have it from the pain.

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  ChibiChibi_fml  |  22

It may be hard to walk because of the pain but that doesn't mean that people aren't able to. Plus there is the whole issue of different amounts of pain tolerance. There is actually a case where a man's appendix actually burst and he was still walking around and such for about three day before he finally collapsed.

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