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The abdominal pain.


  Key words: Abdomin, Abdominal, Abdominal Pain, Abdominal-Pain, Bloating, Gastroenteritis, Gastroenterology, Pain, Pains  

  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)  

Question: What is pain?
  Answer: Pain is an unpleasant distressing sensation of discomfort in the body or emotional feelings. - 237

Question: What is emotional pain?
  Answer: Emotional pain is feeling of irritation, despair or mental suffering. - 238

Question: What causes physical pain?
  Answer: Physical Pain may be caused by injury, disease, illness, or muscle cramps and contractions. - 239


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Pain.com
 Pain.com

 Information about pain and its treatment.

pain.com - 727
Pain: MedlinePlus
 Pain: MedlinePlus

 Pain is a feeling triggered in the nervous system.

nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/pain.html - 728
WebMD Pain Management Center
 WebMD Pain Management Center

 The latest pain management information including treatments.

webmd.com/pain-management/default.htm - 729
American Pain Society
 American Pain Society

 The American Pain Society is a multidisciplinary educational and scientific organization dedicated to serving people in pain.

ampainsoc.org - 730
PAIN? - Elsevier
 PAIN® - Elsevier

 The official publication of the International Association for the Study of Pain and publishes original research.

elsevier.com/locate/pain - 731


  User Comments and Quotes  
Author: Guy Walton - Id: 274

My physical pain is just too great. I can barely write this message. I feel as if I have lost my battle to walk independently. Every day after I practice walking using a walker I get searing, stabbing nerve pain down both paralyzed feet. I am in bed with nightmarish stabbing pain. Am scaring my roommate because I have needed to scream today every few minutes. I'm downing Lyrica like candy. After two days of bed rest I usually feel much better, and the pain is manageable. Well, this is it. Sometimes  God does say no. I won't walk again until either I have an operation for the pain, and/or I get much better drugs. Swimming will be my exercise until I can't do that. It is cruel to encourage someone to experience this level of pain to achieve independence. I might have several years left, and I want them to be as pain free as possible since I have some freedom of choice in this regard. Hope this torture will end.




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