dull pain


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dull pain

A mild discomfort, often difficult to describe, that may be associated with some musculoskeletal injuries or some diseases of the visceral organs.
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Interestingly, the "heaviness," "tingling," "dull pain," and "throbbing" sensations of MASS were in high resemblance to one another in regard to the relevant descriptors of ASQ.
I wondered about the dull pain near my left shoulder blade.
The indicators here include a history of urinary and faecal incontinence with dull pain in the area of the bladder or right-sided lumbar pain, and a feeling of fullness or incomplete emptying of the bladder that is not relieved by urination.
It is suggestedby several studies that increased pain thresholds and other physiological changes associated with older age may dull pain and delay the need for consulting a pain clinic12,13.
The product offers a healthier alternative than utilizing medications to dull pain. Additionally, the Tooth Protector can potentially provide priceless pain relief while a person waits to have professional medical attention.
A 9-year-old boy was referred to the Department of Radiology with complaints of dull pain in the right upper quadrant of abdomen, nausea, vomiting and feeling of unusual fullness after meals.
The symptoms include dull pain, localised to a small area approximately 2-3cm in diameter, which is usually associated with swelling over the area.
The patient complained of dull pain at rest and sharp pain when downward traction was placed upon the arm or when he engaged in overhead work.
At times the entire buttocks and sacroiliac are flooded with a dull pain.
The statement cited Hmidat as saying, "I felt like if someone was hitting me from the back then I felt dizziness and a dull pain at that time then I noticed that my face was bleeding profusely."
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Though there was presence of dull pain and the menorrhagia, for 15 days, the duration of the symptoms prompted us to categorize it as acute onset, and also the fact that the patient had been apparently asymptomatic before that.