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appendectomy with complications
Date: 2008/04/25 02:22 By: johnny Status: User  
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Hi, I don't know if this is the right forum. But anyway I had my appendix removed laproscopically about 6 months ago. Ever since the surgery I was never able to walk for more than 2 minuets at a time. I have a pretty bad limp and im most positive that it has something to do with the procedure. I know that I should be healed by now and have barely any pain. When ever i try to move my right leg ( even slightly) I get intense pain in my lower right quadrant where my appendix was. Do any of you doctors know what this might be? Do any of your patients, that have had an appendectomy, get these symptoms? Also im going back to my general surgeon and i want an idea of what to tell him. Again, im sorry if this is the wrong forum.
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