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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


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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Medosan Vein-Ex Day and Night Treatment has achieved international recognition for its natural ability to soothe throbbing pain, swelling and burning irritation, reducing the risk of future complications.
All migraine headaches are characterized by severe, throbbing pain that is customarily unilateral.
There's a very tender throbbing pain when the leg swells up which is very uncomfortable.
Raynaud's is usually described as moderate sharp, shocking-type, or throbbing pain before, during, and after nursing.
Mercurius (mercury): Tearing, shooting, or throbbing pain in decayed teeth or roots of teeth.
He remembers waking up in the morning and having a throbbing pain between the ears.
Frozen shoulder can severely restrict the movement of your arm and cause throbbing pain
The more intense a tension headache gets, the more it resembles the sharp, throbbing pain of a migraine headache.
An intense throbbing pain, usually towards the front or side of the head.
complains of throbbing pain in his right leg and foot.
The headache of pheochromocytoma may be short lasting, a thunderclap-type headache, or a unilateral throbbing pain that mimics a migraine.
By Ruba Shawwa Migraine is usually described as a severe pulsating or throbbing pain in one area of the head.
As nearly 30,000,000 Americans can attest, the throbbing pain of a migraine can be debilitating, lasting from a few hours to several days.
A migraine headache is sudden moderate to severe throbbing pain that occurs only on one side of the head in the temporal area and around the eyes.