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Crps :( the pain is horrendous!
Endometriosis. Because I've had 3 babies vaginally, so I went through labour. I've suffered endometriosis my whole life. It just never ends. I eventually had surgery to help alleviate the pain. It seems to have worked so far.
Migraines. I’ve been through childbirth, sports injuries and several major surgeries (as well as minor ones) but my migraines trump those. I’d take surgery over one of my full-blown migraines any day 😳
Mine is probably nothing compared to a lot of these but I hate having my teeth cleaned!!
I have very sensitive teeth and gums and it kills me.
Being on fire I had a accident as a child at a campfire burns to 60 percent of my body
Vomiting for 25 weeks with hyperemesis. I’d get cramps and stabbing pains from being so dehydrated.
Major kidney infection I had as a teen. I was laying on my bed screaming at my parents to take me to the hospital. They kept telling me "it's only period pain, it's not that bad". Finally gave in on day 3 and the dr did tests and I was put straight on IV antibiotics because it was that bad that my kidneys were starting to shut down and they couldn't even wait for the oral antibiotics to get in to my system. Had to stay in hospital for 3 days. My parents never questioned me when I said I wanted to go to the hospital again lol.
Infected wisdom tooth and after I had a laporoscopy the pain in my shoulder from the gas they pumped into my stomach, it felt like a heart attack and I couldn’t breathe properly.
1. kidney infection. 2. Hemmerhoids with anal fissure (tear). Horrendous.
I've also dislocated and broken bones but didn't think it was as bad as either of the above. Different kinds of pain I guess.
After one birth my placenta came out in pieces. They were fishing bits out with forceps, then grabbed a dry cloth and started wiping it out while another nurse held me open. Blerghhhh 🤢 Most definitely worse than childbirth
I have an autoimmune disorder, and sometimes I wake up in absolute agony unable to draw deep breaths. I mean, I can breathe but only enough to speak gently and move carefully. Ive had xrays and tests done and all came back clear. Normal blood pressure, low cholesterol. But it feels like a stabbing pain in my chest. It happened mostly as a teen, but even as an adult I occasionally get them.
Ecv when pregnant. Some may call me a wuss but by golly that was horrible