Symptoms

Pain

Overview

Pain can be interpreted as some signal sent from the brain making the body to react. Tissue damage causes pain and our body needs to react before further damage. Pain is not a pleasant condition for anyone and it interferes with our daily life badly.

The causes of pain can be many and it affects almost all parts of the body. The common pains are headache, stomach pain, muscle cramps, pain due to bone fractures, etc.

For musculoskeletal pain, we can see there are three types of pain and they are Nociceptive pain, Neuropathic pain or pain caused due to peripheral neuropathy where nerves connecting brain and muscles become damaged, Nociceptive inflammatory pain.

Cancer patients face intense pain when cancer affects bone and sometimes it can go severe. There can be a spontaneous or movement-related exacerbation. For Rib metastases cancer, rib fractures will be there especially in breast and prostate cancers.

Chemotherapy often causes tingling and numbness in your feet or hands. But the reason for pain in cancer patients is when a tumor presses nerves, bones or any other organs. Pain is common during cancer treatment.

The cancer pain is intense and as cancer or tumor grows, it affects the area surrounding it. For example bones, organs, nerves around the tumor area will get stress-causing intense pain.

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Aching joints

Symptoms Aching joints Overview Aching joints are one of the common pain that occurs mostly by

Aching muscles

Symptoms Aching muscles Overview Muscle pain is usually due to overuse of muscles, tension, muscle injury

Headache

Symptoms Headache Overview Feeling any pain in the head region is referred to as a Headache.

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