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--- EANPA - WORDS THAT DESCRIBE PAIN --- What do you say when you wish to explain how you feel? Pain can be described with various degrees from 1 to 10 (ten being the highest level) and different adjectives, but pain can be felt only by the person suffering from it. Therefore it is essential to use the best words to communicate and explain how you feel. This table offers terms most often used to describe pain.

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Anatomy & Physiotherapy - Regions of neuropathic pain in the neck and upper limb (Image by: cmej.org.za)

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Ankylosing Spondylitis on the McGill Pain Scale

Recently Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS) has been found to involve neuropathic pain. A question from a fellow patient about the McGill Pain Scale score for the condition resulted in me pottering off to...

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Fibromyalgia. How about constant research. Will it work this time? Will it not work and leave me in pain? Currently trying Guaifenesin protocol and hydrogen with alkaline water. If they don't work, I'm breaking down and buying the electric ionizer. A lady I met said she and her daughter are free from fibro (one in three days, one in 30) after drinking ionized water from an electric ionizer.

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CBD oil for Fibromyalgia Pain Relief

All you need to know about CBD oil and how it can provide relief for fibromyalgia pain.

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Allonynia [yes! and it's also true for those with BPD, PTSD, folks who have had shingles, and probably more. That's one reason why it's called invisible illness.]

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44 Memes That Nail What It's Like to Have Fibromyalgia

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