Pains That You Should Never Ignore

  • Thu 12th Sep 2019 - 5:56am

    Pain is a part of life. We're all going to have some measure of itJoint Complex 4000at some point or another. It is our body's way of telling us that something is not right and needs to be taken care of. And as we get older, we may find that we are dealing with more and more instances of it, even from something as simple as getting out of bed in the morning.Most of us stubbornly ignore our pain, thinking that it will go away or correct itself given time. At the most, we might lay down for a couple of hours and see if it passes. But there are times, such as when pain comes on suddenly, lingers, or somehow becomes much worse very quickly, when we should most certainly pay attention. And there are certain types of pain that should never be ignored; rather, you should seek immediate treatment.

    Chest pain should be the most obvious candidate for a trip to the doctor's office. Chest pain that refuses to go away or subside, accompanies by shortness of breath, or any other upper body pain that has not occurred before, may be a sure sign of a heart attack. If you find yourself in such a condition, call 911 right away. It is always better to err on the side of caution.

    Severe headaches. Migraines are one thing, but head pain can also be a sign of a brain aneurysm, which can cause brain damage within minutes. Aneurysms are the bulging of one of the arteries in the brain, and unfortunately aren't always discovered until they rupture, causing bleeding into the brain, leading to hemorrhagic stroke and even death. Severe head pain that refuses to subside should be looked at as soon as possible.

    Toothaches. It doesn't sound like anything a trip to the dentist won't cure, and in most cases it is, however, there are cases where you are dealing with rotting enamel. Unless it is treated quickly, you may end up with bacteria invading the nerve surrounding the tooth, which means root canal, which can be a very uncomfortable and difficult process.A sharp pain in your side. This is expected if you've just run a marathon or if you've eaten something that refuses to agree with you, but if the pain is excruciating and accompanied by nausea and a fever, you may be looking at appendicitis, or if you are a woman, an ovarian cyst. Cysts are usually harmless and disappear on their own, but if they twist or rupture, they can cause extreme pain.


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