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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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Clients experiencing chronic pain often express their frustration with past and current physicians.
Previous studies have shown that chronic pain is more prevalent in women, and that prevalence increases with age.
Rav guides you through the cannabis and holistic treatment for your specific chronic pain condition.
Under a recent study, 81% of Quell users reported an improvement in their chronic pain.
When clinicians consider chronic pain patients difficult or burdensome, patients can develop a sense of stigmatization without anything explicit being expressed by the treating physician, Dr.
Chronic pain is simply any pain that remains untreated for more than 12 weeks.
Defined as "pain that persists past the healing phase following an injury," (1) chronic pain often is subdivided into 4 types (2,3):
Dorsal root ganglion stimulation with the Axium system is highly complementary to our current chronic pain product portfolio, and acquiring this technology will further our ability to partner with physicians to reduce the burden of chronic pain.
The scientists used chemical tracers that concentrated in the regions where chronic pain affected patients.
In the United States and Denmark, about 3% to 5% of the populations are using opioids regularly for treatment of chronic pain.
SOME 633,000 people are living with chronic pain in New Zealand.
There are various factors related to development of chronic pain following inguinal hernia repair.
As the population ages, surely My Guide: Manage Chronic Pain will prove of steady, increasing interest; because with that aging process too often comes chronic pain from one condition or another.
The two-year study is the first of its kind to directly compare the prevalence and characteristics of chronic pain in White and Bangladeshi people living in the same geographical area and attending the same GP surgeries.
Chronic pain is any pain which persists beyond the normal healing period of 12 weeks.
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