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5 Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore

1) Weakness in your arms and legs

A sign of weakness or numb in your arm, leg or face can be a sign of a stroke especially if the pain only occurs on one side of your body. Other signs include losing of your balance, dizziness or trouble walking. If you start noticing that your visions are not clear, bad headache or you suddenly have trouble speaking or understanding, get help immediately before the worse happen. It's better to be sure to avoid any risks.

2) Chest pain

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Sometimes, out of nowhere we will experience a mild chest pain and we ignore it. Now how do we know how safe we are? Any chest pain, especially accompanied by sweating, pressure, shortness of breath, or nausea should be evaluated by a medical professional right away. Chest pain are easily associated with heart disease or a heart attack. It may also mean that you have a blood clot moving into your lung. The best way it to have it check immediately!

3) Tenderness and Pain in the Back of Your Lower Leg

This can be a symptom of a blood clot in your leg or known as deep vein thrombosis, or DVT. This can happen if you sit or rest for too long. If it's blood clot, you may feel the pain when you stand or walk. Check for any swelling or redness, if there is, it is time to see the doctor. It is important to catch a blood clot before it can break off and block your blood flow, which can lead to further complications.

4) Blood in Your Urine

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A blood in the urine is an obvious sign that it is time to see the doctor. There are various things that can cause the blood when you pee. If you feel a lot of pain in your side or in your back, that indicates that you may have kidney stones. Your doctor may need to remove the kidney stone. Other diseases that is associated with blood in urine includes severe bladder or kidney infection especially if you find yourself going to the toilet often or burning sensation when you urinate.

5) Wheezing

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Breathing problems should not be ignored and be treated right away. If you caught yourself wheezing or hear a whistling sound when you breathe, see your doctor. It may be from asthma, a lung disease, a severe allergy, or exposure to chemicals. Wheezing can also be caused by pneumonia or bronchitis. Notice for any yellow or green mucus and accompanied with fever or shortness of breath? It is time to see the doctor!

H/T: Webmd

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