The pain is a common sign that your body experiences certain issues and difficulties. The first thing that pops in your mind is reaching for painkillers, even though it fails to bring you a relief.
Ignoring the pain is even worse. It‘s like ignoring a frightening scream for help out in the street. Specialists have determined how pain in individual parts in the body can reveal the problem that you are dealing with. Furthermore, if you are dealing with constant pain, treating it is an absolute ‘must’.
If you are feeling pain in your right arm, chest or even in your upper back,consider checking your heart function. Be specifically careful if the pain touches the left side of the body. It’s just the way your body is sending signals along the spinal cord.
- Lungs and Diaphragm
If the pain strikes your upper shoulders and neck, check your diaphragm and lungs. Consult a specialist for any further therapy.
- Liver and Gallbladder
The pain in the gallbladder and liver area may show that you are dealing with gallbladder and liver issues. Be specifically careful if the pain is persistent.
- Stomach and Pancreas
If the pain is located in the back and abdominal area, it might be your stomach and pancreas. According to statistics, more than 50% of patients with chronic pancreatitis deal with back pain. It’s a condition you should never ignore.
- Large Intestine
Dealing with sharp pain in the right part of the lower abdomen may indicate that something is wrong with the large intestine. Rectum and colon malfunction is usually expressed through pain in the central area of your lower abdomen. You should consult a doctor as soon as possible.
- Small Intestine
If your navel is pulsing in pain, you should check the function of your small intestine. Describe to your doctor even the tiniest detail and go to your regular check-up.
Sometimes it takes more time to diagnose kidney problems, before pain strikes a larger area, including your lower abdomen, lower back, thighs and pelvis.
You should always ‘listen’ to the lower part of the pelvis, the front and rear sides. Pain in these points can indicate that something is not right with your bladder.
Inflamed ovaries cause stabbingpain in that area. The pain spreads to your front abdomen, involving both of the sites. Never ignore the odd symptoms and pain. Consult your doctor and,if necessary,do additional check-ups.