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Experience of severe pain

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by Kyska, Jul 3, 2014.

  1. Kyska

    Kyska Honorary Member

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    My luck recently, I'm a health lottery, in the couple of months I have squashed my testicles to a pulp, torn my lateral knee ligament, recently had sinusitis so bad I had my sinuses flushed, the last 3 days I've had an abscess in my mouth.......by the name of ., why on earth did he make something so painful?

    The abscess was on my trigeminal nerve, I've never, ever experienced anything like it, no wonder trigeminal neuralgia is known as suicide neuralgia. Completely blinding, almost a state of allodynia I feel.

    So, two teeth extracted, one surgically as it broke off and I needed my gums cutting, I'm on the mend.

    I can only think this is my calling for when I turn 40 next year.
     
  2. warrenater

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    nobody should have to go through that ! OUCH !!!
     
  3. Egg

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    I hate it when patients phone with trigeminal neuralgia - usually it's a partner or friend that calls on their behalf though. Screaming in pain in the background - I mean screaming! - it's horrible to hear :(
     
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    37 on my left 23 on my right, it was agony I tell you, I know just how you must feel & in this heat .......... :Cry:
     
  5. Kyska

    Kyska Honorary Member

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    Yup, my short spell of trigeminal pain has made me think how on earth to people cope with TN, I've no experience with it, but was told it's the most painful condition that 'man' can experience, to think that children can have it, makes me sad.

    My dentist was superb, but to think that paracetamol, ibuprofen and tramadol from my knee injury....my trigeminal nerve laughed in the face of this trio. Jeez.

    Thanks for the sympathys, I'm 'only' in post op pain now, and it's bliss.
     
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    Tadpole Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    My injury was caused by a 'Hedge Bug' a minute insect some black other brown.
    I trimmed my hedge over the last two days (it's that big/long) bloody attacked me as if I was a free meal.

    It's ok, the swelling & 'painful itch' is diminishing with a liberal application of 'Anthisan' ........ :D
     
  7. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    Sounds bloody awful mate, the worst pain I had was a boil that decided to grow out the crack of my arse while on a 10h flight!! Had to get it lanced 3 times as it was that deep!!

    it finally went down on its own about 6 months later, but still comes up now and then. It can't be removed through surgery because of where it is.

    Me me and my boil for life!!
     
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    you sound about as lucky as me if i fell in a bucket of tits id come out sucking a thumb
     
  9. Ganton Gunner

    Ganton Gunner Super Duper Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    I remember my suicide nerve :( was a bank hol no dentists etc hospital said sorry no and mrs was ringing everywhere I was rolling on the floor crying
     
  10. gixxer

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    Jeyes I hope your luck changes.
    sounds like you and pain are well aquanted .
    Here's to a less painfully remainder of the year
     
  11. stevemandm

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    i've got a high pain threshhold, but i must admit that when my gall bladder burst a couple of years ago, my eyes did water. never experienced pain like that before
     
  12. igual88

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    I feel for you all peeps . I have never had trig nerve pain before but with my leg its pretty much all nerve damage.
    When I had my accident I smashed my right femur , pelvis broken into 4 bit's, 3 vertebra in back, 11 ribs, 2 skull fractures, broken thumb, and worse injury was front of right leg from knee to ankle area was ripped clean off down to bone, tendons muscle, nerve fibers all ripped out wound was 10 1\2" L by 6 1\2" W.

    Spent 18 months being rebuilt in hospital not fun ( next time don't hit a lorry on a motorbike at 45 mph it hurts ).

    Have a lovely gross out photo of my leg but I'll let mods decide if I post it or not.
     
  13. mattyts

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    Post it :D
     
  14. gixxer

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    Now I relate to this full throttle on my first 600 over the ton ,dressed in jeans and short sleeved shirt ,hit car car ott and slid up the road for 200ft pluss .
    skin ! little left ,back damage ,collar Bone,shoulder bone knee ankle fingers arm .
    my physio was re building my bike I had to get rid of it ,it wasn't fast enough so bought a 750 gixxer .
    but this wasn't my worst pain,

    my worst was a large para central disc prolapse that crushed l5s1nerve root leaving me with perm nerve damage .
    IDE have the bike accident pain any day over that.

    I kept my pics too but I can't look at them ,however I'm confidant your injuries were far worse than mine , I think my guardian angel was riding with me that day .

    Thoughts your way buddy
     
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    If you fell in a bucket of tits you'd be covered in blood!:eek:
     
  16. igual88

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    Agreed I'd rather have the initial pain of all them injuries than the ongoing nerve damage etc, feels like some ba*****d is waving a blow lamp up and down the front of my leg 24/7.

    Gixxer I bet you had mega gravel rash. I was lucky in the gravel rash part had leathers on. Only skidded 15 ft before the radiator and tyre of the truck stopped me.

    ( scars are natures tattoos )
     

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