Body Pain

Sore Throat And Ear Pain

If a sore throat and earache occur simultaneously, the infection usually has begun in the throat and spread to the ear due to the anatomical connection. Sore throats typically last three days and get better with over the counter medication. Earaches often affect the outer ear, middle ear and inner ear and need immediate treatment […]

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Spleen Pain

The spleen is the largest lymphatic organ, purple in colour, lying anteriorly on left side of abdomen close to stomach, inside rib cage. It is protected by splenic capsule, which prevents it from direct injury. Functions of spleen White blood cells present in spleen, engulf bacteria, fights against foreign particle, defend body against infections and […]

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Sigmoid Colon Pain

SCP is an inflammation of the bowel. The symptoms could vary from mild to severe depending on the position of inflammation. The sigmoid column position is at the edge of the large intestine. It is responsible for storing fecal matter and also for ejecting it. SIGMOID COLON The sigmoid colon is an S shaped bowel […]

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Infected Cartilage Piercing

Cartilage piercing is a common and one of the most popular forms of body piercing. Cartilage is a hard elastic tissue present in different areas of the body, such as the nose, outer ear, etc. Ear piercing is a primitive form of body piercing, but is safe and risk free. On the other hand, cartilage […]

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Oblique Muscle Pain

The oblique muscles refer to one of the groups of muscles that make up the muscles of the abdomen. You may regard them as the waist muscles. Oblique muscle strain along with strain of the other abdominal muscles is quite common in athletes and active individuals as they keep these muscles continuously engaged. Athletes tend […]

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Precordial Pain

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Precordium is the portion of body that is over the heart and on lower part of chest. Precordial chest pain may indicate a variety of illnesses such as costochondritis and viral pericarditis. Precordial pain may be described as sharp intense pain that is often sudden in onset and occurs in short duration. The pain arises […]

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