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  • #163489
    Pain

    Hello,

    I wondered if anyone has any experience with short sharp pains that only last a few seconds and tend to come in waves. They can occur anywhere over my body but are most common in my feet. They are bearable but they do make me flinch.

    Thanks

    rhears
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    #163492
    Reply To: Pain

    Hello and welcome to the forum, sadly needing help with this problem. For myself I cannot say that I have experienced that type of pain. My whole body is in pain apart from teh right side of my face so perhaps they might have been masked by that. A more detailed description may help. for example are the pains like pins and needles, toothache, cramp. You say they come in waves by that do you mean a rise and falling effect or a moving wave as they travel around your body?

    Mike

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    embayweather embayweather
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    #163493
    Reply To: Pain

    Hello and welcome to the forum, sadly needing help with this problem. For myself I cannot say that I have experienced that type of pain. My whole body is in pain apart from teh right side of my face so perhaps they might have been masked by that. A more detailed description may help. for example are the pains like pins and needles, toothache, cramp. You say they come in waves by that do you mean a rise and falling effect or a moving wave as they travel around your body?

    Mike

    So many love songs, so little love.

    embayweather embayweather
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    #163494
    Reply To: Pain

    would you describe them as Electric shock type pains. sudden flashes.

    I too get them in feet as does a couple of my Friends. Prob best comment from a medical professional was that its probably compressed nerves due to posture. my historic scoliosis back op or no longer being mobile.

    """""""What doesn't kill you makes you stronger""""""

    Cat (Mod) Cat (Mod)
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    #177311
    Reply To: Pain

    Count me in.
    I also faced this problem the pain starts suddenly in my one side of the head and then vanished out as if it is never there.

    RichardB6
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    #177314
    Reply To: Pain

    Richard, have you considered , or been diagnosed with, Trigeminal Neuralgia? This is the sort of pattern that it can follow. The pain it gives is excruciating so you would notice it.

    Mike

    So many love songs, so little love.

    embayweather embayweather
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