By Anonymous - 12/07/2013 17:28 - United States - Santa Barbara
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I second that. I'm sorry, original poster, that your mom wouldn't take you seriously. That's such a serious thing. I was puking so hard the ER the other day that I passed out from it. It's sad how people don't take illnesses seriously. God Speed, Original Poster :-)!
Be lucky you're not telling us this beyond the grave with and epitaph reading: "I told you it wasn't the flu!" on your tombstone.
It's only your appendix, man up op! It's not even a vital organ!
I have a similar story of how I had an appendicitis, for 8 months. Everyone thought I hated my teacher...
@29 - Sometimes, the appendix can become encapsulated after rupturing and the person can live for many months with it like that, possibly not even knowing the pain is from their appendix. It happened to a family member of mine. I think she thought she had stones, but we were all shocked to hear it was her appendix after all those months!