What Is Intussusception?

On average  your body has  twenty-five feet of organic tubing, the intestines.  Like an assembly line in reverse, the intestines  break down morsels. As food travels through, the small intestine extracts nutrients and the large intestine leaches water. Normally, this is how our bodies obtain sustenance. But what happens when the intestines fold into themselves? This condition is called intussusception, often described by websites as a “telescoping” of the intestines. Although it may happen to anyone, it most typically strikes young children below the age of three, especially boys.

Intussusception denies the living intestinal tissue blood, which in turn may kill the tissue, tear the intestinal lining, and cause infections. People suffering from intussusception experience…

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Ramon Rodriguez and is a member of Sands Anderson’s Vaccine Injury Legal Team and represents individuals and families who have developed injuries related to vaccines.