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What Are The Best Words To Describe Your Pain?

Discussion in 'Pain and Inflammation' started by SaveMe, Apr 13, 2011.

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What Are The Best Words To Describe Your Pain?

  1. burning

    33.3%
  2. tender

    33.3%
  3. pinching

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  4. achiness (all over)

    100.0%
  5. stabing

    66.7%
  6. NO PAIN BABY! =)

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  1. SaveMe

    SaveMe

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    What Are The Best Words To Describe Your Pain?
     
  2. SaveMe

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    Also, Is your pain localized or all over?
     
  3. *GG*

    *GG* senior member

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    I think you might want to research this a little more, I think there are many more ways to describe pain!

    GG
     
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    "I think you might want to research this a little more, I think there are many more ways to describe pain!"

    GG
    Yes, but the purpose was to identify only the most common and to keep it concise . There are probably as many types of pain as there are people in the world!
     
  5. Boule de feu

    Boule de feu Senior Member

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    I can't tell what it feels like. So, I won't vote.

    For my legs - I guess I could say that it's like a real bad toothache.
    My feet and knees are burning (or freezing - it depends)
    I have a real bad backache - the normal type
    Excruciating pain in my neck and head.
    Abdominal pain is like menstrual pain (but guys would not know that)
    Earache, sore throat, migraines.

    I could keep going.
     
  6. meadowlark

    meadowlark Senior Member

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    If you had "pounding," "numbing" and "paralyzing," "fevers" and "chills," I could answer "all of the above." Then there's the pain of post-exterional malaise. That's a pain there's no name for .... as though your blood cells are screaming as they move (under protest) through your veins.
     
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    Gee, all of the above
     
  8. Francelle

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    Extreme stiffness is a sort of pain also. Aching to the bone 24/7. Burning/freezing parasthaesias in legs and feet, lancinating pain in hips and knees and the list goes on! ;-)
     
  9. SaveMe

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    Yes, way too many to list I know. Im sorry that I cant relate to some of the descriptions you mention above.

    My pain is basic: FM-like in nature. A flu-like achiness all over my body. So I am grateful? that I have nothing more.
     

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