7 Appendicitis Symptoms You Shouldn’t Miss

Low-grade fever and chills

Appendicitis symptoms may mimic those of a stomach bug, including a low-grade fever, chills, and shaking. Dr. Payne says that if you have stomach pain with a 100-degree fever, it’s probably nothing to worry much about. But if you have a 103-degree fever and your stomach pain is severe enough that you can’t stand up straight, it may be appendicitis.

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