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Synonyms for pain

Synonyms for pain

a sensation of physical discomfort occurring as the result of disease or injury

one that makes another totally miserable by causing sharp pain and irritation

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to cause suffering or painful sorrow to

to have or cause a feeling of physical pain or discomfort

Synonyms for pain

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Thirst, burning pains, a cold sweat, a burning in the throat and chest and constriction of the airways and also often present.
When they do, the most common symptom is a gnawing or burning pain in the abdomen between the breastbone and naval.
Connie Sanders reports that her burning pain disappeared after eliminating processed foods containing added sugars from her diet and cutting back on corn, which naturally contains sugar.
Washington, Oct 14 (ANI): A new study by British researchers suggests that people suffering peripheral pain - which produces stinging sensations, numbness, weakness, burning pain - can get respite by taking capsaicin cream, an active constituent of chilli peppers.
During my disability, I had been to a gastroenterologist about a burning pain in my abdominal area.
There is no widely accepted treatment for plantar fasciitis, a common condition that results from thickening and inflammation of the plantar fascia and causes stabbing or burning pain.
Q I WAKE up every night with a terrible burning pain in my chest.
I then heard the crack of a weapon being discharged and felt a burning pain in my abdomen.
Fribromyalgia has only recently recognised and is characterised by an excruciating burning pain that leaves the sufferer exhausted.
If this acid escapes into the food pipe (oesophagus) the burning pain experienced is commonly known as heartburn.
Large quantities of food distend the stomach, causing an uncomfortable feeling, and sometimes the contractions of the stomach can propel food upwards into the gullet or oesophagus, where the acid causes a typical burning pain behind the breastbone.
The woman brushed her arm against the creature and immediately began to feel a burning pain at the site.
Diabetic neuropathy, or nerve damage caused by diabetes, is a chronic, progressive condition characterized by tingling, burning pain and numbness in the feet and/or hands.
A Gastric or peptic ulcers create a very unpleasant gnawing, burning pain which is very similar to hunger pain.
Type 2 Diabetes patients with symptomatic neuropathy often experience total symptoms including numbness, tingling and burning pain in the feet and/or hands.