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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

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P2X3 ion channel receptors are expressed by a subpopulation of small-diameter primary nociceptors in the trigeminal nervous system and when activated by adenosine triphosphate (ATP) they can evoke a sensation of burning pain [31, 32].
The salient prescribing feature for Arsenicum is burning pain. The sufferer may appear thirsty, anxious and restless.
Most affected patients described the burning pain as a continuous feature throughout their day.
Peptic ulcers, meanwhile, can cause burning pain in the stomach between meals or during the night, as well as heartburn and nausea.
Dr Thomas Joseph, Specialist Gastroenterologist at Aster Medical Centre, Karama adds, "Although, ulcers may not always show symptoms, the main symptom is burning pain in the abdomen between the breastbone and the navel.
Three days after surgery, the patient returned to the ED complaining of a burning pain in his lower left arm.
Neuropathic pain causes burning pain and numbness that is not controlled by conventional pain medications.
Healthcare company Pfizer Inc (NYSE:PFE) announced on Friday that it has stopped a Phase 3 clinical trial of Lyrica (pregabalin) in patients with neuropathic pain associated with HIV neuropathy, a form of nerve damage characterised by burning pain usually beginning in the feet.
The burning pain in my eyes made me instantly climb down off the aircraft.
It's perfectly normal for stings to cause intense burning pain and surrounding redness.
Clinical presentations in the majority of the cases were burning pain in lower extremities and involuntary movements of the toes.
Doctors tell them to "learn to live with the pain," but many of our heroes kill themselves because they don't have proper medications to aileviate the burning pain caused by RSD/CRPS.
"When I was shot if felt like a dead leg at first which then became a burning pain. It did hurt a lot, although I was sedated straight away with morphine.
We thought it might get easier, But it never does, The burning pain of losing you, Will always stay with us.
It comes as either a burning pain, numbness or tingling in one or more of the limbs and research has shown that it affects around 26 per cent of all those with type 2 diabetes, although not all patients report their symptoms.