It often happens that we can only guess what is wrong in our body when something starts to hurt. In Craft Side, we have decided to find out what kind of ache or pain is associated with each organ. However, keep in mind that this information is introductory and should not be taken as a strict guide.
If something goes wrong with the heart, the person will feel a pain in the chest that can extend to the left arm, shoulder blade, and neck. Unlike other types of pain, heart pain is not associated with movement or breathing.
Sometimes, kidney pain can be confused with a simple backache. The difference is that kidney pain is deeper under the ribs, while muscle pain is generally less.
Kidney pain can also travel to the legs.
Problems with small intestine usually cause pain in the navel region. If the pain persists and causes discomfort when stooping or walking, do not delay the visit to the doctor.
Problems with this organ are usually associated with lower abdominal pain, closer to the right side. Regular constipation is also a characteristic.
The lungs do not feel pain due to the lack of nerve endings. But if something is wrong with them, you may experience chest pain.
Cough and shortness of breath are also symptoms of lung problems.
The appendix is in the lower right region of the abdomen, but pain can affect the entire stomach area or its separate parts.
Pain can also travel to the right thigh. Other signs of problems with the appendix are nausea, vomiting, fever and constipation or diarrhea.
Gastric problems cause pain in the middle abdominal region above the ribs and may also appear at the same level in the back.
It is worth noting that gastric or esophageal pain is often confused with heart pain. Only a doctor can help you discover the truth in this case.
Gallbladder and liver
The gallbladder and liver problems can cause pain in the upper right abdomen. You can also travel to the same place in the back.
Liver problems are also associated with a wide range of symptoms, such as bitter taste in the mouth and jaundice.
Pancreatic problems are indicated by pain in the middle part of the upper abdominal region. However, less intense pain can also travel to the entire stomach.
If it is really the pancreas that is causing this, the pain will get worse when you lie on your back and after a meal.
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