2. Painful Coughing
Appendicitis can be more problematic if it is difficult to detect or if the sufferer doesn’t notice anything out of the ordinary. While it is unlikely that those who suffer from appendicitis aren’t experiencing any pain, in some cases, the pain may be milder or intermittent.
If you feel a sudden, intense pain when coughing, twisting to the side to close a door or are engaged in a similar activity, it is important to get it checked out. The pain rarely stays intermittent in the case of appendicitis, but catching it early makes treatment easier than if the appendix has already burst.