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suffer

1. To experience pain or distress.
2. To be subjected to injury, loss, or damages.
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As a migraine sufferer, I know how tough it can be just to try to function while experiencing one, let alone attempt to work.
During the trial, it seems as if the sufferer is also blamed for provoking the rape herself.
Learn the Science behind Your Symptoms When an allergy sufferer comes into contact with certain allergens their body produces a variety of chemical responses that cause those symptoms that can make them feel miserable.
Some of the most common allergic conditions: asthma, eczema and rhinitis, can seriously interfere with the quality of life of the sufferer, while an extreme allergic reaction to a particular substance, for instance latex, can be life threatening.
Long before #FOMO was part of the everyday vernacular, the serious sinus sufferer was living in constant fear of missing out on favorite activities because of their pain and congestion.
AS a sufferer of severe psoriasis for over three decades, with considerable experience and research into this distressing skin disease, I would like to set up an effective organisation (with the help of other sufferers) to represent patients' interests.
An IBS sufferer may be classed as constipation-pre-dominant if he has problems with constipation on defecation or classed as diarrhea-predominant if he has problems with primarily diarrhea on defecation.
In today's Examiner the family of dementia sufferer Mohammed Hussain have bravely spoken out to highlight the impact the illness has had on his life to raise awareness of the issue.
It shows how coloured glasses, tuned to each migraine sufferer, work by normalising activity in the brain.
Using up to date research, and offering recommendations to help stop gout attacks before they happen, "Beating Gout: A Sufferer's Guide to Living Pain Free" is a top pick for long term sufferers and for community library health collections.
Bonnie Farwell has experienced migraines for 20 years, both as a sufferer and as a nurse.
Depression is hard to cope with if you suffer from it, difficult to understand if you don't, and frustrating for those close to a sufferer.