throbbing pain


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throbbing pain

Pain found in dental caries, headache, and localized inflammation. The pain is often thought to be caused by arterial pulsations.
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Episodic paroxysmal hemicrania (EHP) -- A person suffering episodic paroxysmal hemicrania has daily frequent (6 to 30) attacks of one-sided severe throbbing pain around the eye or temple area.
With migraine, patients complain of throbbing pain, usually occurring on one side of the head.
The effect helped the heart, but caused throbbing pain in the brain.
We landed with no other incidents and as we were taxiing back to the hangar, my only concern was the throbbing pain in the left side of my head.
Such is the daily throbbing pain that no sacral opiate can blot out: the merciless contradictory desire inherent in the very reality of being a subject.
The severe throbbing pain in my bottom (called perineum, in medical language) woke me from a sound sleep.
When migraine occurs, pain centers in the brain are activated, resulting in throbbing pain.
Pamela, 20, complained to the doctor about a throbbing pain in the side of her head.
About Migraine Migraine is a debilitating condition that causes intense pulsing or throbbing pain typically on one side of the head along with associated symptoms, such as nausea and/or vomiting or sensitivity to both light and sound.
Migraine headaches are characterized by intense pulsing or throbbing pain in one area of the head accompanied by nausea and/or vomiting and sensitivity to light and sound.
Later, he posted: "Day 1 post op & head is feeling tight with slight dull throbbing pain.