The overwhelming majority of men and women around the world (especially those that do everything in their power to keep themselves healthy) report that they pushed through every day “aches and pains” on a pretty routine basis.
There’s certainly something admirable about being able to focus up and get the job done (whatever that may be) even when you’re not in top physical condition, but at the same time there can be some serious and significant complications stemming from what many would consider common aches and pains.
You’ll want to be sure you know exactly what you’re up against, and that you seek out proper medical care whenever necessary to avoid catastrophic injuries or debilitating conditions that could have been cured or presented if only you jumped out ahead of them early enough.
Here are some common aches and pains that you want to look out for
Sudden pain or nagging sensations in the groin area
There are a considerable amount of men out there that have reported feeling as though they were kicked between the legs when they haven’t been, with a significant amount of those same men simply “walking it off”.
This can be big trouble.
You see, sudden pain like this – especially when you haven’t been kicked – can be a symptom of testicular torsion. It’s basically when your testicles get twisted, but it can become a serious medical condition that can destroy your fertility and cause incredible and excruciating pain on a daily basis if left unaddressed.
Severe back pain that suddenly comes out of nowhere
Most people are dealing with a tremendous amount of back pain on a day to day basis, and the bulk of folks simply push on through the back pain while hoping that it’ll eventually just kind of dissipate and go away.
But severe back pain that comes right out of nowhere (especially back pain not related to exercise or activity) may be the sign or symptom of an abdominal aneurysm. If the aneurysm bursts, you’ll be dead within a couple of minutes.
Obviously it isn’t something you want to fool around with.
Chest pain that just can’t be explained away
Maybe it’s heartburn. Maybe it’s indigestion. Maybe it’s just that you lifted or pushed something a little bit heavier than you are used to.
Or maybe it’s the early stages of a heart attack, or a sign that you are dealing with a potential blood clot in your coronary artery. That’s big trouble, and you’ll want to be sure that your doctor gives you a quick look over to understand exactly what you’re up against and that you get the treatment protocol necessary to keep you happy and healthy four years and years to calm.