Severe pain is worse for me. I have some health problems that cause a lot of pain, and the pain actually causes me to feel nauseous as well.
When I am in severe pain I become naseous anyway... so I guess I would rather just have the naseous feeling without the pain.
Severe pain is way worse for me. Nausea I can handle but pain I cannot. Pain scares me!
As long as the nausea isn't constant, I'd say it's not as bad. Even when it is worse than that, I still would say that most severe pain is worse.
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What time of day is your back pain worse
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