God created man and endowed him with the blessing of sensation, which is one of the most important of the five senses, but it may turn into a curse because of the pain that may attack you at any moment, and you will collapse before it from its cruelty.

In this context, Sada El-Balad reviews a list of the 10 most horrific pains, some of which may sometimes lead to death, if not treated quickly.

1- Gout

Basically it is an acute and intense onset of arthritis, which is caused by an increase in the level of uric acid in the blood, which causes microscopic crystals to collect in the extremities of the body, and lead to joint swelling and is often concentrated in the hands and feet.

2- fracture of the femur

The femur is the largest bone in the human body, and in the event that it is exposed to a lot due to car accidents, it is painful and excruciating to the maximum extent you can imagine, and it takes 4 to 5 months to treat.

3- Trigeminal neuralgia

The trigeminal nerve is responsible for supplying sensation between the face and the head, and when it becomes infected, the human head is exposed to lightning directly, and the lack of brushing the teeth or applying makeup causes it to happen.

4- The pain of childbirth

Childbirth pain is equivalent to breaking 42 bones, and is the second most painful after a live burn.

5- Twisting glands

Torsion occurs in either the testicles or the ovaries, and it usually cuts off blood flow, and the only solution to treat it is surgery.

6- Kidney stones

Kidney stones become hard as metals due to their deposition, which leads to symptoms of fever, vomiting and bloody urine, and the only way to remove them is to pass them through the urinary tract.

7- Second degree burns

Although ultimately less harmful than third or fourth degree burns, they are more painful, because third and fourth degree burns often damage nerve endings, cutting off the brain’s ability to feel pain in the burned area.

8- Cluster headaches

In contrast to migraines, cluster headaches occur behind the eyeball and continue to affect the affected person for several weeks with unbearable pain, and sometimes the owners commit suicide due to its horrific intensity.

9- emotional pain

From depression to post-traumatic stress disorder, repeated studies have found that emotional trauma releases a range of physical pain, and in some cases, stroke or heart attack.

10- Tooth abscess

It is the most famous pain since the beginning of life, and it can turn your life into hell, and sometimes it causes severe fever and death, and it is caused by tooth decay and the multiplication of bacteria that spoil the teeth, and it can spread to the rest of the face.


Extremely painful health conditions
Learn about the most prominent of them in the following:

Shingles, also known as shingles, is one of the most painful medical conditions. Here are the details in the following:
Caused by the herpes zoster virus, the same virus that causes chickenpox, it is characterized by a rash or clusters of blisters on one side of the body, often around the waist.
Herpes pain tends to be burning or tingling, and it often occurs on one side of the body. It can be so bad when someone gently rubs the victim’s skin or blows air over it and the person feels severe pain.
Some people who have had herpes experience chronic pain called postherpetic neuralgia.

Cluster headache
Cluster headaches tend to come on suddenly without warning, causing severe pain around the eye. Episodes may be short, lasting 15 minutes, or lasting three hours or more.

It is known that this pain is the most severe type of headache, even worse than acute migraine pain, and in fact, experts have suggested that cluster headaches be the first case in the list of painful health conditions known in medical science. (Read more about cluster headaches.)

Frozen shoulder
This condition is not only very painful, but it can also last for several years if not treated appropriately. The details are as follows:

The joints become so stiff and stiff that it is virtually impossible to do any movement, such as raising the arm, and daily activities become an ordeal in themselves, such as taking off a shirt, lifting a pot, putting on a coat, or combing hair.
It can occur after an injury to the shoulders or arms and is more common in people with diabetes, but the causes of stiff shoulder disease are not yet clear.
Either shoulder is affected, but it is more common for the left shoulder to be affected if one is supported by the right hand or the right shoulder if the person is supported by the left.
Prescription or over-the-counter pain relievers combined with shoulder exercises can help relieve pain.
Broken bone
A fractured bone is known as a fracture, and common examples of fractures are ankle fracture, hip fracture, arm fracture, and broken nose, and these are all included in the list of painful health conditions.

The patient may not feel any pain at all if the fracture is small, but in general the fracture causes severe pain, especially when trying to move the broken limb, and the pain is usually described as a feeling of deep ache.

Broken bones can heal on their own, but they may need to be returned to their normal position and immobilized for proper healing. As a general rule, the larger the broken bone and the older the patient, the longer it will take to heal.

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)
Acute pain from complex regional pain syndrome occurs after an injury to the bones and soft tissues. It can happen to anyone and of any age, but it’s more common in women in their 40s and 50s. Here are the details below:

The burning pain of complex regional pain syndrome is continuous and severe, and usually affects one of the arms, legs, hands or feet.
The pain often radiates to the entire arm or leg, although the pain may start in a finger or toe, and sometimes travel to the opposite limb.
The pain of complex regional pain syndrome persists for years, and there is currently no cure for this disease, and treatment of its various types, physical or pharmacological, aims to help those with complex regional pain syndrome to move on with their lives.
Heart Attack
The pain in a heart attack usually occurs in the center of the chest and is often described as a feeling of heaviness, tightness, or squeezing and may be so bad that it causes a collapse.

The pain may seem like very bad indigestion and spread to the jaw, neck, back, arms, and stomach, so call 911 for help immediately if you suspect a heart attack or someone else has it.

Herniated disc
Back pain affects 8 out of 10 people at some point during their lives, and one of the most common causes of it is a herniated disc, and it often occurs as a result of incorrect rotation or heavy lifting. Details are as follows:

In this medical condition, one of the spinal discs ruptures and the gel inside it leaks out.
Most people with a herniated disc feel sudden, sharp pain in the lower back, which is usually relieved by lying down, and is often made worse by moving the back, sneezing, or coughing. A herniated disc may cause foot pain with or without back pain.
In most cases of herniated disc, the pain gradually eases over weeks, and painkillers may help.

Cancer is classified as one of the most painful health conditions. Here are the details in the following:

Most people with advanced cancer feel pain from the tumors themselves or as a side effect of cancer treatment, such as chemotherapy or radiation.
The severity of the pain does not mean that the cancer is getting bigger. A very small tumor may press on a nerve, causing severe pain, while a large tumor elsewhere may cause little or no pain.
How people experience cancer pain varies, in duration and intensity, depending on the type and stage of their cancer, but cancer pain can be controlled with prescription pain relievers.
People with arthritis have severe, constant joint pain, usually in the hips, knees, wrists, or fingers. Here are the details in the following:

The pain comes on suddenly or increases over time, often with muscle pain and joint stiffness.
Different types of arthritis cause joint damage, such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis or lupus.
Exercising is one of the best ways to avoid pain, regardless of the type of arthritis. A doctor or physical therapist can determine an appropriate exercise program for the patient.
Among the painful health conditions is the migraine headache, it is more painful than the traditional headache and tends to last for a longer period, up to 3 days or more.

Since migraine symptoms include vomiting, extreme sensitivity to light and sound, as well as a sharp throbbing pain, all you can do is find a dark, quiet place to lie down until the headache ends.

Medications may help reduce the frequency and severity of a migraine attack, and if the patient does not benefit from one of the treatments, a doctor can be consulted to try another treatment.

Sciatica is the name given to one of the painful health conditions that exhaust the leg. The details are as follows:

It results from pressure or irritation of the sciatic nerve, which is the longest nerve in the body, and extends from the back to the feet, often caused by a herniated disc in the spine.
Sciatica is different from general back pain, and sciatica hardly affects the back. Instead, it can start from the lower back, down the buttocks on one or both legs, and reach the abdomen.
For most people, sciatica pain resolves on its own within a few days or weeks. A combination of measures, such as over-the-counter pain relievers, combined with exercise, and warm or cold compresses, usually relieve the pain.

Kidney stones (kidney stones)
It causes large pressure and pain stones in the front of the body, or sometimes in the groin area, and may last minutes or hours, interspersed with periods of pain.

Sometimes they may be in sick conditions.

In fact, most kidney stones are small enough to pass through the polymerase at home, and it’s a good idea to actually hope someone will pass the stone.

Appendicitis is a painful swelling of the appendix, which is a small finger-like pouch attached to the wall. appendicitis

Appendicitis is a medical emergency that is usually prompted to have the appendix removed before it bursts.

Most children recover from the USA.

Trigeminal neuralgia (trigeminal neuralgia)
Another painful health condition is trigeminal neuralgia. Here are the details in the following:

Trigeminal neuralgia is described by the same instructions as feeling an electric shock in the face and described as developing into a paroxysmal pain.
Trigeminal neuralgia is characteristic.
Ordinary painkillers don’t usually help, but prescription anticonvulsants and antiepileptic drugs may relieve the pain.