1. Weakness in Your Arms and Legs
it can be a sign of a stroke, especially if it’s on one side of your body. You could also be having a stroke if you can’t keep your balance, feel dizzy, or have trouble walking.
Get help quickly if you suddenly can’t see well, get a bad headache, feel confused, or have problems speaking or understanding.
2. Chest Pain
When it comes to chest pain, it’s better to be safe than sorry.
Any chest pain, especially accompanied by sweating, pressure, shortness of breath, or nausea, requires medical attention right away.
3. Tenderness and Pain in the Back of Your Lower Leg
This can be a symptom of a blood clot in your leg called deep vein thrombosis, or DVT. This can result due to a long plane ride, been in a sitting position for long or bed-ridden for a long time. If it’s a blood clot, you may feel the pain mostly when you stand or walk. You may also notice swelling.
4. Blood in Your Urine
Blood in the urine and pain in your side or in your back may indicate kidney stones or a severe bladder or kidney
5. Wheezing
If you’re wheezing, or hear a whistling sound when you breathe, see your doctor.
This may indicate asthma, a lung disease, a severe allergy, or exposure to chemicals. Wheezing can also be caused by pneumonia or bronchitis.
6. Suicidal Thoughts
If you feel hopeless or trapped, or think you have no reason to live, get help. Talking to a professional can help you make it through a crisis.