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The Most Pain You Have Ever Been In?

  1. Tommyknocker profile image65
    Tommyknockerposted 5 years ago

    The Most Pain You Have Ever Been In?

    Can be anything that you have felt in your life.

  2. edhan profile image59
    edhanposted 5 years ago

    I am suffering from Arthritis since in my twenties and the pain can be so unbearable as it is in the bones shown by my X-ray.

    Day after day, I have to bear with these pains occurring on various parts of my body like the neck, elbow, knee, etc.

  3. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 5 years ago

    I had an episode of surgical awareness in 1985. There are no words to describe being paralyzed from drugs and unable to tell them you are not all the way out.  It only lasted about 20 seconds before I went all the way out...but it left me with some severe fears about surgery, and anesthesia.

    1. ithabise profile image84
      ithabiseposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      How frightening!

  4. sandus profile image67
    sandusposted 5 years ago

    i had a very deep pain when i understood that i am not able to win my life for anything i like and that pain still continue until i win anything in my life.

  5. Seeker7 profile image96
    Seeker7posted 5 years ago

    When I was in my late twenties I had a massive gall stone and this caused my gall bladder to collapse down behind my liver - that was a gross experience and I wouldn't wish it on anyone!!!

  6. profile image0
    Larry Wallposted 5 years ago

    I had a perforated colon in 2000. By the time we realize it was something serious and got to the hospital, I was hunched over like Quasimodo and they asked me to look at a chart showing frowning faces and smiling faces on a scale to one to 10. I said I hurt worse that I ever had. They insisted on a number. I tried 12, but they said it had to be on the chart. So, I chose nine. When asked why I did not choose 10, I told the people working on me, I wanted a way to tell them that I was hurting worse if they asked me again.

  7. beadreamer247 profile image70
    beadreamer247posted 5 years ago

    The pain of labor with each birth, but it is a pain that is forgotten once you hold your child in your arms, you no longer can really describe it.

  8. ithabise profile image84
    ithabiseposted 5 years ago

    It was a cluster headache. It has only happened once. So sudden it was that night and frightfully debilitating. It felt like a weight of pulsating pain in my head right behind my eyes. My head and body were completely hijacked by the pain. At onset it was so intense that I could only lie face-down on the bed into a pillow motionless with no stimulation whatsoever. I couldn't even fall asleep for the pain. The headaches lasted three days, the first night being worse by far. The subsequent dizziness, blurred vision, and nausea lasted for another five days. I hope you--men especially since we get them more often--never have to experience one.