shooting pain


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shooting pain

Pain that seems to travel like lightning from one place to another.
See also: pain
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They suffer from localised symptoms such as constant burning, stabbing and shooting pain, allodynia and hyperalgesia.
The shooting pain down my arm came out of nowhere hitting a shot at Wentworth.
Today I felt shooting pain, so that was a sign to stop.
He will always be remembered for the 1956 FA Cup Final at Wembley, when he played on despite a shooting pain in his neck after a late dive at the feet of Birmingham City forward Peter Murphy.
Sometimes the herniated disc presses on nerve roots, causing a sharp, shooting pain in one leg, a condition known as sciatica.
The Church High School pupil had been happily watching television moments before a shooting pain in her head made her violently sick and collapse unconscious.
The Wirral player had been first out on the course at Wentworth, but was forced to pull out after eight holes with a shooting pain in his right arm.
Mark Donkin, prosecuting, said: "Mr Pyle felt a shooting pain and the warm sensation of blood on his neck.
He did so with an ice-pack clutched to his chest and admitted: "Every time I breathed I was feeling a shooting pain in my chest.
I was warming up for the game against Middlesborough last weekend and when I took a shot at goal, I felt a shooting pain in my stomach.
Booterbaugh first noticed a sharp shooting pain in his midsection in January 2001, running sprints during a preseason baseball workout.
I hit a full three-iron, didn't quite get it properly and just felt this real shooting pain up my arm.