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marked by, causing, or experiencing physical pain

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causing a dull and steady pain

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Our Intensive Foot Therapy Creme was formulated with several diabetic issues in mind including neuropathy, lack of circulation, overall achiness and tired, dry feet susceptible to infection;' says Linda Miles, vice president of the Simi Valley, Calif-based company.
The patient presents here today with a general achiness all over, throughout his extremities and extreme fatigue as well as some lightheadedness.
Pain relievers such as Advil, Motrin or Tylenol can fight off achiness.
Strategies to minimize flu-like symptoms include gradual titration of the dose with slow escalation, use of antipyretics or anti-inflammatory agents to reduce fever and achiness, or evening dosing so that patients potentially sleep through their initial symptoms (Brandes et al.
The highly-rated young writer, who was head girl at St John's College, Cardiff, and got an impressive 10 A* grades at GCSE, said her play was inspired by "dissatisfaction, frustration and general achiness of body and mind" which resulted in "a bittersweet tragicomedy, with a haunting twist and an emotionally charged round of paintballing".
The young writer, who was head girl at St John's College, Cardiff, says the play was inspired by "dissatisfaction, frustration and general achiness of body and mind", which resulted in "a bittersweet tragicomedy, with a haunting twist and an emotionally charged round of paintballing".
There is still a bit of achiness in my foot and I want to get rid of that before I push on.
She said she had experienced a range of symptoms from a high temperature and shivers to a cough, sore throat and general achiness.
CHICAGO -- Women with estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer who go on aromatase inhibitor therapy can expect to experience joint stiffness or achiness, particularly in the hands, arms, knees, and back, according to a leading specialist.
The main symptom is stiffness and achiness in the joints, especially first thing in the morning, or after using a joint for a long time.
These include fever, malaise, muscle achiness and stiffness.
A psychological trait associated with heightened awareness of bodily distress may help to explain why some rheumatoid arthritis patients suffer more from achiness, malaise, and fatigue than do others with similar disease severity, Dr.
Examples of these terms include: burning, discomfort, achiness, soreness, heaviness, and tightness.
First, it causes the millions of chemical reactions inside our bodies to become diluted causing mental stress, tiredness, achiness, swelling, circulatory and other functional impairments.
He thought it was just achiness and soreness,'' manager Jim Tracy said, ``but he got up (Friday) morning, and it was still bothering him.