37. You Don’t Feel Right
You might even refer to it as a weird feeling, as vague as that may sound, but the “something isn’t right” feeling you are experiencing can be a symptom of a possible heart attack. Women don’t always get the classic chest pain symptoms of a heart attack. It can manifest as more silent signs such as feeling tired and upper back pain. “With anything out of the ordinary that suddenly pops up without a clear explanation, it doesn’t hurt to have a heart attack in the back of your mind,” said Dr. Sontag.
36. Canker Sores You Can’t Get Rid of
Since celiac disease can have numerous symptoms (as many as 300), a quick diagnosis can be difficult. GI issues like diarrhea, constipation, and bloating are common; so are others like canker sores. You may find them in your cheeks, gums, or lips, and they can be very painful. While canker sores aren’t exactly a major indication of celiac disease, there are other symptoms to watch out for, like mood problems, joint pain, and infertility.
35. You Can’t Hear Well Out of One EarRelated: 6 Things Your Earwax is Trying to Tell You
Hearing a ringing noise? Are sounds muffled in one ear? Then you may have an acoustic neuroma, a rare, non-cancerous and often slow-growing tumor, according to the Acoustic Neuroma Association. But don’t be so quick to disregard it as non-threatening. As the tumor grows, it can cause balance issues and can even be life-threatening. If your doctor suspects this, an MRI will confirm the diagnosis.