bone ache

bone ache

a dull pain in one or more bones, often severe; an extreme variety occurs in dengue.

bone ache

(bōn āk)
Dull pain in one or more bones, often severe; extreme variety occurs in dengue.
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I've played football for years, but now after a match the top of my feet ache - a real bone ache which sometimes lasts for several days afterwards.
I had every side effect from severe sickness, mouth ulcers and no appetite to hair loss, palpitations, bone ache and pins and needles," she added.
We were sent home and then suddenly Henry's eyes started rolling and he was in the total pain they call bone ache.
In fact, a recent survey by Bupa found that we're all being a bit blase when it comes to our everyday muscle, joint and bone aches, with a lot of us just "soldiering on in silence".
Sauna belts, medical patches for back, chest and bone aches, painkillers and aphrodisiacs are the main drugs sold in these street 'pharmacies'.
The centre is also not allowed to prescribe any medical treatment for cramps, or muscle and bone aches.
The typical side effects are headaches and bone aches.
Patients with osteomalacia frequently experience bone aches.
If we give Kidneys enough water and enough rest, she can pick these bails up again--the hair can return to its original color, and bone aches disappear.
It is superb for deep bone aches, it stimulates the immune system and is good for osteoporosis.
The most common adverse events observed in this trial were myelosuppression, liver dysfunction, nausea and vomiting, fatigue and bone aches.
The most frequently observed adverse events included nausea, vomiting, bone aches, liver dysfunction, bleeding, fatigue, and diarrhea.