4 Types of Pain Linked to Dangerous Conditions that Should Never Ignore

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Pain is inevitable whether physical or emotional. It is a part of life. When we experience this, then our body signals that something wrong is going on.


This may indicate a more serious medical problem. Thus, we should never disregard body pain and types of this are mentioned below:


1. SUDDEN FEELING OF SPLITTING HEAD PAIN

Headaches are one of the most common symptom dealt with so many people and it comes along with so many varied reasons why such is felt. It may be because of too much stress from work, insufficient supply of food for the body or lack of water intake that keeps you dehydrated. 

Headaches caused by these go away after a while if the simple cause of the problem is solved immediately such as taking some rest or intake of pain medications. But if the type of a headache you're experiencing is something that is unbearable and severe, this may indicate the presence of an aneurysm (clot or ruptured in the brain), meningitis, a tumor in the brain, or a tear in the lining of an artery.

2. PAIN IN THE CHEST

Heart problems may be associated with chest pain but not necessarily all the time it is. But if the feeling is sharp and sudden, it poses a severe, life-threatening problem, such as myocarditis, CAD, heart attack, pulmonary embolism, pneumonia, pancreatitis and acid reflux.


3. LOWER RIGHT ABDOMINAL PAIN

Most of the time, a lower right abdominal pain indicates the inflammation of the appendix or simply appendicitis especially if the pain is stabbing and sharp. If the pain felt is ignored and it is the actual underlying cause, this may lead to a more serious problem wherein it ruptures and spreads toxic fluids in the abdominal cavity that can be fatal.

If you once felt these types of pain and is persistent, it is always best to seek advice from the experts, your doctors.

4. MIDDLE BACK PAIN ALONG WITH A FEVER

WebMD also warns that experiencing pain in the middle of your back along with a fever, vomiting, chills, and confusion can signal a kidney infection. If the pain persists during urination, this strongly suggests a kidney infection. Because the kidneys are located in the back of the abdomen, back pain usually accompanies the infection.

The kidneys filter blood, remove waste, and keep the body’s fluids and electrolytes balanced. Bacteria in the urinary tract causes a kidney infection, so if you feel middle back pain and experience fever along with it, see a doctor as soon as possible.


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