• My back is killing me after 9 hours in an airline seat, even First Class doesn't help much. +5
  • Yes.. I think i have a wound in my inner stomach.. i need a doctor yoo..
  • All the time.
  • My feet, legs, back, and brain, and But I have learned to live with it oh yeah and my ethics....
  • Yes, from my shoulder surgery. The pain is to continue for another 6 months while the muscles build up and balance each other. My heart is a little broken too. Not serious, but not joyful either. +5
  • Physically, my right foot has some issues I'm going to get seen to shortly. Otherwise, just emotional which is an ongoing struggle.
  • My back pain up to my neck!!...of stress dealing with all this research i have to do to put together my presentation and interview. I hate that feeling of stress its a horrible thing
    • Cry me a River
      I adhere to there being two kinds of stress. Bad stress and good stress. Without good stress your digestive powers are weakened. We need good stress in our life and it also helps to watch what we put into our bodies.
  • I have fibromyalgia which causes daily pain. I have learned to live with the daily dull ache. It's the fibro flare ups that are very painful. I make the best of things and stay positive. Being negative will not help anything and stress only makes pain worse. I also have osteoarthritis which gives me excruciating pain at times especially when it joins in with a fibro flare up. All I can do is ride it out and pray the pain will ease up soon. My heating pad gets a workout. I have nicknamed it my "heating pad hubby!" lol I spend a lot of time with "him" and he is so warm and cozy. lol Seriously staying positive is the best way to deal with any kind of pain. Feeling sorry for oneself is not going to do any good and as I said before up there ^^^ somewhere, it actually makes the pain worse when you are stressed. I try to not get stressed at all. But I am human and it does happen at times.
    • Linda Joy
      Doubt YOU will ever see this, but it could help someone who sees it. Have you tried giving up sugar to see if it affects your pain levels?
  • A tiny bit, but it's nothing to worry about.=)
  • Most of the time I have an emotional pain. It has been 3 years since I broke up with my boyfriend and I'm still suffering,I went through depression and I recovered but there is still a pain going on.
  • None, for which I am extremely thankful. Happy Monday! :)
  • I'm having a pain free day, thank you :)
  • There's always something in or on me that hurts, but I'm a damn hypochondriac, so I deal with it.
    • Linda Joy
      Hypochondriacs live longer!
  • Most of the time.
  • Yes, arthritis never goes away, and never stops just spreads,more.
  • I've torn a tendon in my ankle, pretty painful to walk on +3
  • Not at the moment.
  • I'm a 40yr old man with 60yr old knees...And now my left hip is starting to bother me.I also get pain from acid reflux when I don't eat right.It's just like they say...growing old is not for the faint of heart.
    • Rick Myres
      With acid reflux I accidentally learned that eating only when hungry and eating less helps me.
  • Always. Degenerative joint disease, fibromyalgia. I'm trying to eat less sugar. First because of a threat of diabetes, but then realized my pain was less. I suggest for anyone in pain or with a high risk of cancer to give up sugar as best you can and see if it helps.
  • Constant 24/7 pain. From failed 93 back surgery and nerve pain.

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