Pain is one of the main and the most obvious way that the organism uses to let you know that something somewhere in the body is wrong. Despite this, we often refuse to understand these signals, and sometimes on a daily bases we convince ourselves that everything is fine – although our bodies often scream “I’m not well, go see a doctor!”.
Pain in one area often means that something is wrong in a completely different part of the body, and that you do not have a clue about it. Also, the pain can sometimes be quite insignificant. However that does not mean that you should ignore it. In contrast, every pain that lasts a week or longer should be examined, especially when it comes to these parts of the body. Because ignoring this pain can literally cost you your life.
People who have heart problems usually feel pain in the chest, while the other more common pain in their right hand or even the upper back. Pay particular attention to pain in the left side of the body, because the heart problems are connected with the parts of the body that send impulse in the same part of the spinal cord as the heart.
Lung problems can often be manifested by pain in the neck and the upper shoulders.
Pain in the neck and the upper shoulders may also be the first sign that something is wrong with these two organs, particularly if the pain occurs more frequently on the right, where the liver and the gall bladder are located. Problems with the gall bladder can manifest pain in the shoulders, as well as in the diaphragm.
Abdominal pain and back pain in the area where the stomach and the pancreas are, almost always is a sign that something is wrong with one of these two organs. About 50 percent of people with chronic pancreatitis have a severe back pain.
If you have a problem with the small intestine, you will experience abdominal pain in the area around the navel. If you feel this kind of pain, it is important to accurately describe it to the doctor during the examination.
Problems with appendicitis commonly cause severe pain in the whole right part of the lower abdomen. Pain in the central part of the lower abdomen may be a signal that you have problems with the colon or the rectum. Since this is a potentially serious problem, it is necessary to contact your doctor in time.
Kidney problems are quite difficult to diagnose, because you can feel pain in many places, such as in the whole area of the lower back, lower abdomen, pelvis and even in your thighs.
Problems with the bladder in most cases are manifested by pain in the lower part of the pelvis, in the front and the rear sides.
Inflammation of the ovaries leads to a pain in the front of the abdomen, on both sides. If it comes to cysts, there is a strong, stabbing pain on one side in the area where the ovaries (pelvic) are located.
Source: Sport Online Group