What is the worst pain you have experienced?

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19 Jul 2010, 3:30 am

Physically, not emotionally.

I stepped on a wasp yesterday, worst pain i've felt in a long time



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19 Jul 2010, 3:32 am

Childbirth.


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19 Jul 2010, 3:34 am

Ferdinand wrote:
Childbirth.


LOL



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19 Jul 2010, 3:35 am

Kat15 wrote:
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Childbirth.


LOL


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19 Jul 2010, 3:44 am

either lifting something up the other day and my back went - felt like someone stabbed me in the back and twisted the blade. Not good.

Or stubbing my toe :S


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19 Jul 2010, 3:52 am

Dogenegra wrote:
either lifting something up the other day and my back went - felt like someone stabbed me in the back and twisted the blade. Not good.

Or stubbing my toe :S


I've done both. I pull my thighs constantly and it hurts so much. Stubbing my toe makes me want to die.


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19 Jul 2010, 3:55 am

I have trigeminal neuralgia. It isn't nice - I experience the pain of having my jaw brutally smashed several times a day. Thankfully I can go for several months without attacks, but for those who get it more regularly they end up on morphine and other strong drugs. It is also nicknamed the "suicide disease" because a lot of people can't live with the ongoing pain.


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19 Jul 2010, 4:09 am

Ferdinand wrote:
Dogenegra wrote:
either lifting something up the other day and my back went - felt like someone stabbed me in the back and twisted the blade. Not good.

Or stubbing my toe :S


I've done both. I pull my thighs constantly and it hurts so much. Stubbing my toe makes me want to die.


do you stub your toes on a almost daily basis?



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19 Jul 2010, 4:41 am

Kat15 wrote:
Ferdinand wrote:
Dogenegra wrote:
either lifting something up the other day and my back went - felt like someone stabbed me in the back and twisted the blade. Not good.

Or stubbing my toe :S


I've done both. I pull my thighs constantly and it hurts so much. Stubbing my toe makes me want to die.


do you stub your toes on a almost daily basis?


No, only occasionally.


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19 Jul 2010, 4:44 am

Ferdinand wrote:
Kat15 wrote:
Ferdinand wrote:
Dogenegra wrote:
either lifting something up the other day and my back went - felt like someone stabbed me in the back and twisted the blade. Not good.

Or stubbing my toe :S


I've done both. I pull my thighs constantly and it hurts so much. Stubbing my toe makes me want to die.


do you stub your toes on a almost daily basis?


No, only occasionally.


Darn I do it almost every day. I think there broken because I have slammed into them so many times. Just my pinky toe I think.



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19 Jul 2010, 4:47 am

Headaches I get. Not fun.


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19 Jul 2010, 4:49 am

I was ice skating, one Sunday, at the age of 9. Two neighbourhood boys asked me, if I could skate faster, than my sister, who was 6, at the time. I've lied to them and told them, that I could. I was making myself skate, as fast as I could. The next thing that I knew, was that I fell on the ice, and I couldn't stand on my right leg. It's turned out, that I broke my right leg, just above the ankle, in the front. It was a hairline fracture - one of the most painful types. It took 6 weeks to heel, and it hurt me to walk on it, for another 4 weeks. I was going to join some sports teams, a year later, but I was afraid to do so, after I broke that leg.


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19 Jul 2010, 4:52 am

Coming off my bike and sliding across the road on my knuckles comes to mind, but I have to say the worst one was being headbutted when I was 16! Now, that was bloody. :cry:



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19 Jul 2010, 4:52 am

Ferdinand wrote:
Childbirth.


But seriously, labor pains for me was like getting reamed with a baseball bat. You literally forget to breathe.



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19 Jul 2010, 4:52 am

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I was ice skating, one Sunday, at the age of 9. Two neighbourhood boys asked me, if I could skate faster, than my sister, who was 6, at the time. I've lied to them and told them, that I could. I was making myself skate, as fast as I could. The next thing that I knew, was that I fell on the ice, and I couldn't stand on my right leg. It's turned out, that I broke my right leg, just above the ankle, in the front. It was a hairline fracture - one of the most painful types. It took 6 weeks to heel, and it hurt me to walk on it, for another 4 weeks. I was going to join some sports teams, a year later, but I was afraid to do so, after I broke that leg.


I hate ice skating. I always fall on my butt and it hurts so bad. Or I scrap my hand. Plus my skate laces always come untied and the skates are uncomfortable and its cold. I hate it so much. Im sorry cockney that that happend.