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hurt,

v 1. to molest or restrain; not restricted to physical injuries; also includes mental pain, discomfort, or annoyance.
n 2. colloquial term for
traumatic injury.

Patient discussion about hurt

Q. my sides hurt sometimes it feels like someone is pulling on my nuts usually in morning

A. Your question is very interesting, but the answer depends on many other details such as how old are you? Do you have pain in any other place? Are there any changes on the skin? Do you have any other disease? Is the pain aggravated when you cough? etc.

Mean while you can read a little more here (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003160.htm)

Q. my legs hurt all the time, what is wrong with them? they ach in the joints and sometimes I get burning needle point pain and the muscles feel like sandpaper

A. There can be a lot of reasons for leg or joint pain, and usually there are not specific problems you can deal with medically. Are you exercising too much? Sometimes stress fractures from running can cause the kind of pain you are describing. Either way you should see someone about this if it is bothering you, either an orthopedic surgeon or a neurologist.

Q. How much does a root canal hurt? I have to get a root canal for my bottom tooth. I was wondering how much they hurt. And do you have any suggestions that help distract from the pain? Thanks.

A. i did one about two years ago- even the injection wasn't too bad! didn't feel a thing. but after the anesthesia worn off it hurt. but then the dentist told me to take Advil or any other NSAID and it helped.

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She declared: "I am very sad that our marriage difficulties have been made so hurtfully public.
He survived a knockdown in the fourth round to win the bout and was clearly rocked on several occasions - but was hurtfully labelled in true Eubank-style recently as "exciting as a bag of wet Brussels sprouts".
And third - and most hurtfully - that the money Everton make from TV and commerical interests is being squirreled away rather than invested in the team.
Nothing was more ironical than wasting time and energy without a clear road map adding Punjab Chief Minister hurtfully represents the character perfectly.
In 2012, he received a gift from his Secret Santa that hurtfully compared his work to an animal poo.
Bluntly, both had fumbled and fumbled very hurtfully.
However, many a times the efforts of rural women are hurtfully branded as just their duties or responsibilities .
A troll has now taken to Twitter to round on Denise Fergus, 45, hurtfully accusing her as being responsible for the youngster's killing because he went missing in her care.
The discouragement may come in the form of direct disapproval or quite hurtfully being mocked and ridiculed.
Racist] There may be more hurtfully racist words than gypped or Indian giver, but they all have one thing in common: They stereotype a race of people (in this case Gypsies [now known as Roma People] or American Indians) and use the race name derisively.
Until the publication of his newest novel Harry had been crass, insensitive, and completely self-absorbed, but he had not acted hurtfully or vindictively that we know of.
Their father has a new partner and my eldest son told me very hurtfully that they're all close to her and don't think I have any interest in them.