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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(What a delight to know that she attended a clown school in Paris.) That comical, carnival character-all grin and glee on the outside, but weeping on the inside-appeals to the artist who is herself no stranger to throbbing pain, emitting sobs of laughter.
5 Stinging or throbbing pain upon warming up or stress relief
A migraine is a disease causing severe throbbing pain or a pulsing sensation, usually on just one side of the head.
Most of my after-retirement plans have yet to be carried out: Fix photo albums, take up painting lessons, tidy up closets bursting at the seams with clothes that seemed to have shrunk in size and pairs and pairs of shoes that were causing the throbbing pain of bunions, etc.
Symptoms include burning, stabbing, stinging or throbbing pain in the affected limb, and everyday sensations such as a breeze blowing across the skin can feel very painful.
4 I have a severe throbbing pain on one side of my face lasting for up to four hours.
It's a dull throbbing pain that typically lasts for an hour or more.
Migraine pain is described as a pulsating or throbbing pain that entails many others signs and symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light, sounds, or smells.
However, before the rash appears, most people experience burning, stabbing, or throbbing pain. This pain may persist for weeks to months after the resolution of all vesicular lesions, resulting in postherpetic neuralgia.
People who have migraines have different thresholds for triggering the electrical changes and the release of chemicals that cause symptoms such as flashing lights, nausea or throbbing pain.
"She stabbed it into my left cheek and I felt an instant throbbing pain and burning, and I saw blood."
According to the American Migraine Study II, 85% of respondents experience throbbing pain, 80% experience sensitivity to light, 76% experience sensitivity to sound and 73% experience nausea.