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  1. Chronic Pain - Cause

    Learn about chronic pain and how it develops.

  2. Objects in the Ear - Preparing For Your Appointment

    A list of questions that will help your health care professional diagnose and treat Objects in the Ear.

  3. Chronic Pain - Home Treatment

    Learn what you can do to manage chronic pain.

  4. Chronic Pain - Other Treatment

    Learn about other treatments to reduce chronic pain.

  5. Pain Management - Frequently Asked Questions

    Learning about pain: What are the different types of pain? What is chronic pain? Getting treatment: How is pain treated? What medicines can I take? What are the side effects of medicines? Should I use complementary medicine? How do I control cancer pain? Living with pain: How do I know if my pain is worse? When should I call my doctor? Where can I find support? ...

  6. Chronic Pain: Using Healthy Thinking

    Living with pain can be hard, especially if it's long-term—or chronic—pain. Chronic pain is pain that lasts for 3 months or longer. It can make you sleep poorly, feel tired and irritable, and have a hard time being active or working. It may strain your relationships with loved ones too, making it hard to be the kind of friend, parent, or partner you want to be. You may feel stressed or get depressed or anxious. And these feelings may make your pain worse, because they can make it harder to manage your pain.Learning how to control your pain can help with all of these things. In most cases, chronic pain can be managed so that you can get on with your life and do your daily activities. One way you can help manage and cope with your pain is through healthy thinking. Your thoughts are something you can control. You can learn techniques to make your thoughts more helpful and encouraging.Cognitive-behavioral therapy, also called CBT, is a way to help you stay well and cope with pain by

  7. Pain in a Spinal Cord Injury - Topic Overview

    Pain in a spinal cord injury (SCI) can be complicated and confusing. There are different types of pain,and they are often described in different ways. You may feel pain where you have feeling. But you may also feel pain in an area where otherwise you have no feeling. The pain may be severe at some times. But at other times it may disappear or bother you only a little. The most common type ...

  8. Objects in the Ear - Prevention

    Tips to help prevent children from inserting objects into their ears.

  9. Sickle Cell Disease: Dactylitis (Hand-Foot Syndrome) - Topic Overview

    Dactylitis is severe pain that affects the bones of the hands,the feet,or both. It's often the first symptom of sickle cell disease in babies. Dactylitis is caused by blocked blood circulation. Symptoms include extreme pain and tenderness,usually with swelling. An episode may last 1 to 2 weeks. ...

  10. Phantom Limb Pain and Chronic Pain - Topic Overview

    Phantom limb pain is pain that is felt in the area where an arm or leg has been amputated. Although the limb is gone,the nerve endings at the site of the amputation continue to send pain signals to the brain that make the brain think the limb is still there. Phantom limb pain can be mild to agonizing and even disabling for some,and it may lead to a lifelong battle with chronic pain. Women ...

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