Mostly it happens with women; we ignore small pains in different body parts. But we shouldn't, a small simple pain can be a big problem if not treated in time. So just don't overlook your health. You are precious to yourself, to your family so take good care. Lets talk serious and see what these pains can mean, but buy all means get them checked out by your doctor if you have any worries what so ever.
Let's see what these pain areas are:
Headache: Normally a headache is handled very casually by us but that's a mistake. In case you have a cold it could be a sinus headache and can be cured easily however it can be anything serious. So with any pain, unless you're sure of what caused it, get it checked out.
Chest pain: It's a normal tendency of reasoning out the chest pain as the result of some spicy food but it could be a heart attack. Be aware that heart conditions typically appear as discomfort, not pain so don't wait for pain. Every year, about 10,000 women under 45 have one. You must get a proper check up to know if you have any heart problems.
Back pain: Back pain is becoming very common among women especially after pregnancy. Mostly it's due to bad posture and vertebral problems however without proper attention, you increase the risk of permanent nerve damage, aortic dissection or slip disc.
Pain on the side of the body: This could suggest the presence of gall stones. They can cause blockage in your digestive system and leads to severe pain.
Pain in neck area: This happens due to stress in the majority of situations however this may also indicate that you are suffering high blood pressure, aneurysms, or even different types of cancers in the neck area or head.
Leg Pain or burning: It's true with age leg pain is common but you shouldn't take it very lightly. Your calf is extremely tender in one location, noticeably swollen, and red or warm to the touch, you must see doctor. You might have deep-vein thrombosis, or DVT, also known as a blood clot.
Your health should be the first priority for you. So every time you encounter an abnormality in your health, talk to your doctor immediately. Always remember prevention is better than cure.
(Sources: webmd.com, womenshealthmag.com, ninemsn.com)