Stephen E. Dolgin - Chief of Pediatric Surgery - talks about Appendicitis.
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Host: Where we called question usually as for the pieces my kid. How would you asking questions there if is change belly pain get may be within eye the -- good possible get always the -- may be searching what would -- which you get subject this is though something -- it could be -- Stephen Dolgin: Yes, yes so many kids get belly actually usually get better of the mom has go to the -- room and give him a little fruit juice and great feel here is an serious -- and that moms sends to bath room and they get little fruit juice in two, three days past -- appendicitis perforated and everybody is regret -- take some on course and can add more serious consequences, so can a very good question here when should the mother or pediatrician to be learn that this is more serious needs to send. Abdominal pain is associated with fever that's the first, now if there is lot of vomiting, lot of diarrhea, lot of cramping if there is no particular localization of the pain that will sound like one of these flu bumps that get better you call right as. Host: Talk anybody so no diarrhea and if its just vomiting without pain, now vomiting would pain what you mean if the pain came first and particularly worrying they and if the pain localizes to a specific area in the abdominal and would really more and if the pain was in the right lower part of the belly its sounds like depend sides, if you had a -- abdominal pain and the -- notices its now move down here to the right lower side has a little fever, little vomiting that sounds like depend, so unexplained fever. Stephen Dolgin: Upon the belly is extended that's always going to -- Host: Looking abdominal this tension should snap somebody to attention yeah, some kids have a full belly chronically and would be worth bring into your pediatricians office, if it happens a quietly with pain. Stephen Dolgin: So another words if you not true or and the kids just comfort we shouldn’t sit on anywhere that's what our -- most people soon remembered so doctor see some kid and up to work be always want to be careful on kids. Host: Yes.
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