Signs Might Need Healthcare
Unexplained bleeding is a major sign that getting healthcare is necessary. If there is noticeable blood when urinating or pooping, then yes that is a good sign. Blood of any kind, as long as it is not related to a paper cut may warrant healthcare. And if the paper cut is particularly nasty, then that too might also be acceptable. If there is doubt ask a friend.
Chest pain is never something to ignore. Of course a slight pain or discomfort could be something mild such as gas, but it should not be dismissed unless there are not other signs and relief comes shortly after the discomfort. Know that signs that usually accompany a heart attack. Some well-known signs are pain in the left arm, pressure in the chest, and pain in the back. If it feels like there is a huge weight pressing on the chest causing great pain and making it hard to breathe, then take an aspirin and call the ambulance. It is not a good idea to wait if the chest pain is continuous without relief or is accompanied with one or more other symptoms.
A loss of consciousness or seizure is a sign that something is not right, and immediate pursuit of healthcare is the best course of action. These are signs that the brain is not working as it should, and this is something that should never be ignored. Like the heart, the brain is vital for human survival. A brain bleed, stroke or severe seizure can cause irreversible damage. If there is ever a neurological event, it is always best to seek medical attention.
All of these things are a good argument for healthcare. Life is not always affordable, but it is better to spend a little in the beginning of an injury or malady than it is to wait and hope for the best only to cause more damage. No one is immune to illness or pain. Healthcare is not something that should be avoided, or just dumped off on another taxpayer because insurance is not something that is high on the list of priorities. Proper healthcare is necessary for a long life. Money should be no object for healthcare. There are many reasons to seek medical help, and if it feels or seems necessary, then it probably is. It is always better to be safe, than it is to be sorry.