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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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In the author's experiences, in mild to moderate cases of fatigue and widespread achiness, supplementation with the above nutrients may have a significantly positive clinical effect.
They can sometimes cause a little fever or achiness, but that is not the flu--and anyone who's actually had the flu will tell you that these mild symptoms after a flu vaccine are pretty much nothing.
Hearing or vision problems, coupled with general achiness, can make group classes full of bouncy adolescents an overwhelming experience.
According to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, at least 85% of women who menstruate have at least one premenstrual symptom, which include bloating and weight gain, acne, anxiety, achiness, breast tenderness, cramps, depression and food cravings.
Some patients with fibromyalgia have pain and achiness around the neck, shoulder, back, and hips.
People with fibromyalgia may also experience fatigue, sleep disturbances, stiffness, deep tenderness, soreness and achiness, increased headaches or facial pain, difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness and problems multitasking.
Pain and achiness around joints in the neck, shoulder and back
Some medications can decrease the bone pain that can occur with aromatase inhibitors, but of note is one published study in which women who developed the bone achiness actually had better outcomes from their cancer treatment," she says.
Jensen (2011) described "unilateral edema of the extremity, redness, pain or achiness, and warmth" (p.
But two phenomena continue to fuel this flu shot myth: The first, says Rubin, is that the flu shot activates your immune system (in fact, that's the whole point), which might lead to slight achiness and other symptoms.
Flulike achiness with diffuse symptoms of sneezing and coughing is usually not bacterial, however.
She urged her colleagues not to order Lyme serologic testing for patients with fatigue, achiness, and other nonspecific symptoms in the absence of accompanying specific, objective signs of infection, such as erythema migrans or arthritis.
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.
Such symptoms may include eyestrain, eyelid spasms, achiness, blurry or double vision, redness, and sensitivity to light, according to the company.
The patient presents here today with a general achiness all over, throughout his extremities and extreme fatigue as well as some lightheadedness.