How to Identify Appendicitis at Home & Natural Remedies for Treatment

The appendix is a narrow pouch shaped organ, attached to the colon, on the right side of the abdomen. Occasionally, although it is a vestigial organ, it tends to produce certain complications. Appendicitis or inflammation of the appendix, by and large, occurs between the 10 to 30 years. Timely recognition of the symptoms can lead to prompt treatment and helps ward off severe complications.

Home Remedies for Appendicitis

  • The most effective natural remedy for appendicitis is a blend of 100 ml beet juice, 100 ml cucumber juice, and 300 ml carrot juice.
  • Buttermilk is an effective cure too. Consume 1 liter of buttermilk, everyday for 15 days.
  • Fenugreek seeds are a wonderful remedy for appendicitis too. Fenugreek ameliorates the pain appreciably. Add 2 spoons of fenugreek seeds to water and let it boil. Have about half a glass of this decoction daily. It fights infection and alleviates pain successfully.
  • Coriander juice and spinach juice has been advocated by experts too.
    The blend is known to ease pain and inflammation speedily.
  • Ginger tea is another beneficial home remedy. The root supplies large amounts of gingerols, which are powerful anti inflammatory agents. Ginger is especially indicated when there is extreme nausea and vomiting. ¬†Ginger also eases the inflammatory reaction; thus reducing the swelling and the pain. Boil 1 inch of grated ginger and boil for 15 minutes. Have this tea twice a day.

Symptoms of Appendicitis

  • The clinical manifestations begin as an indistinct ache, around the navel, which moves to the right, lower portion of the abdomen.
  • The pain becomes excruciating as the adjacent tissues get affected by the inflammation.
  • Eventually, the pain settles in the lower right side of the abdomen
  • Nausea, accompanied by vomiting occurs
  • Appetite reduces
  • Fever is seen
  • Diarrhea or constipation occurs
  • The abdomen gets swollen

 

Causes of Appendicitis

 

Appendicitis is basically the swelling and inflammation of the appendix. In case the appendix gets blocked or occluded, by worms, calculi or impacted feces, appendicitis gets triggered. The organ becomes irritated and inflamed and filled with pus, thus, leading to appendicitis. If the blockage is not managed promptly, bacteria proliferate, and eventually, the appendix gets ruptured.

How to Check and Identify Appendicitis At Home

  • You need to understand how the pain occurs to make a diagnosis at home. Appendicitis pain commences near the navel, and then moves to the lower right part of the abdomen.
  • Gently apply pressure at the site of pain and release promptly. If case of appendicitis, the area will feel very tender when pressure is applied; when you release the pressure, the pain aggravates because of rebound tenderness.
  • Also, watch out for other symptoms. Nausea and vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal swelling are quite common.
  • You must contact your doctor without delay. In the intervening period, do not to eat / drink anything, because it may holdup or make matters worse, especially, if surgery is required.

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