In this article, we shall be discussing the common signs and symptoms that you should never joke with or left unattended to.

We all fall ill from time to time. Most times, we may not even need to go to the hospital. We simply sleep longer or use painkillers, and we are good.

That said, some symptoms mean more than we think. These symptoms should always be reported to the hospital because, in some bad cases, they point to or lead to severe conditions.

Below are such symptoms;

Bad Headaches


Almost one-half of the world’s population has some headache disorder. And trying to sort out dangerous headaches from minor headaches is a challenge faced by physicians every day.

But there are a few “red flags” or warning signs that should be taken seriously, even if you suffer from headaches regularly. Also, see your healthcare provider, if;

  • The headache comes with neck stiffness, weakness of some body parts, or visual problem.
  • The headache occur immediately after an activity such as weightlifting, aerobics, jogging, sex, or you experience headaches soon after a head injury.
  • Headache worsens with time.
  • You have a severe headache that seems to stem from just one eye, and that eye is red.
  • Your headaches are accompanied by vision problems, weight loss, or pain while chewing.

Unexplained weight-loss

Weight loss should be celebrated if you have been working out every day, eating healthily to try and lose weight, or following a specific diet. But if you are sitting around, not doing much, eating what you always eat, but your weight seems to be falling off, get it checked out.
Unexplained weight loss could be a sign of stress, depression, infection, a digestive disorder, a side effect of some medications, or cancer in worst cases.

Blood in Urine or Stool

blood in urine/stool

Blood occurring in places where or when it shouldn’t, is a warning sign. Problems affecting the kidney and urinary tract can cause blood in urine.

Bleeding in postmenopausal women or constant bleeding in women of childbearing age always warrants further investigation.

Causes include;

  • Fibroids

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Persistent Hopelessness


Depression is very common, if left untreated can cause a downward spiral of worsening mood that can be hard to pull yourself out of.

Sometimes, recognizing depression isn’t easy, even for doctors. Because of this, some signs to look out for are listed below;

  • Feeling hopeless/helpless
  • Feeling tired/ or irritable often
  • Loss of motivation or interest for activities that you once loved doing
  • Poor appetite with possible weight loss
  • Sleep disturbance/ finding it difficult to sleep
  • Reckless behavior

Persistent Chest and / or Abdominal pain

chest pain

Do you have frequent bouts of chest and/ or abdominal pain? 

Most people with an heart attack don’t suddenly fall to the ground clutching their chest.

Symptoms often come on slowly, and people may describe an uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, or pain in the center of the chest that lasts a few minutes or goes away and comes back again.

Now, the pain doesn’t have to be so severe, but it keeps showing up. If you feel this and haven’t seen a doctor about it or you haven’t been diagnosed/ treated for it, then you will need to see a doctor as soon as you can.

Many of the possible causes of these problems can be bad and they get worse if left untreated for long.

Drooping or Weakness Down One Side Of The Body

Every year, people suffer a new or recurrent stroke. That’s about one stroke every 40 seconds. A person’s chances of survival after a stroke are greatly improved if somebody recognizes their symptoms quickly.

F.A.S.T. is an easy way to remember the sudden signs of stroke.

F – Face Drooping. Does one side of the face droop or feel numb. Is the person’s smile uneven?

A – Arm Weakness. Is one arm weak or numb? Does one arm drift downward when both are raised?

S – Speech Difficulty. Is speech slurred? Can they correctly repeat a simple sentence like “The sky is blue.”

T – Time to call 911. Note the time and get help FAST is someone shows ANY of these symptoms

Changes to your Breasts or Nipples

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women behind skin cancer. However, early detection is the key to survival, although there is some controversy regarding when screening should begin and how frequently it should take place.

All women should be aware of the normal look and feel of their breasts and report any changes to their doctor. Changes may include:

  • A lump, thickening or tenderness in or near a breast or an armpit
  • Breast or nipple skin changes: ridges, dimpling, pitting, swelling, redness, or scaling
  • Nipple discharge
  • Unusual breast tenderness or pain.

Tenderness, Pain, or Swelling in One or Both Legs

leg swollen

Almost all types of pain, swelling, or tenderness in the lower limbs need to be investigated further by a doctor. However, causes vary greatly in urgency and severity.

Generally, symptoms that come on suddenly occur just in one leg, or that are accompanied by chest pain, difficulty breathing, or confusion warrant a visit, as they may be a sign of a blood clot or a heart condition.

If the swelling or pain has come on gradually see your doctor as soon as you can. Common causes include arthritis, drug side effects, heart failure, injury, kidney problems, poor circulation, or pregnancy.

There are other symptoms you shouldn’t ignore like shortness of the breath or wheezing, sudden weakness of a part of the body.

Report any unusual worrisome changes you notice in your body. Acting timely is always a good decision.

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