Severe abdominal pains sent
Norman Jameson to the emergency room Nov. 10.
After spending the day in
the emergency room and undergoing numerous tests, doctors operated to try to
find out the cause of his pain.
Apparently adhesions and
scarring had taken place where he had his appendix removed 30 years ago.
doctors believe had the surgery not taken place when it did that they would
have had to remove part of his intestine.
He was admitted to the Wesley Long
Community Hospital in Greensboro Nov. 10 where he will remain for several days.
Friends and family who saw
him, before and after surgery, say he’s feeling better and the pain, while not
gone, has diminished tremendously.
Jameson was in Greensboro
covering the Baptist State Convention annual meeting at the Koury Convention