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It induces an uncomfortably dull pain in the lower extremity and often delays rehabilitation, while patients who are unable to walk well often develop dependent edema.
Some people with irritable bowel syndrome that results in chronic, dull pain and bowel spasms find relief with an enteric-coated peppermint/caraway oil preparation called Regimint[TM].
She complained in particular of dull pain in the distribution of the right saphenous nerve.
An ache of dull pain, that of a hungry man with an empty stomach.
He walked to lunch and made it to the bus that took him to Yankee Stadium, all with a dull pain in his left knee.
Look out for flu-like symptoms along with a dull pain like a pulled muscle.
The classic description of cardiac chest pain is crushing, heavy or dull pain below the sternum (chest bone) that may extend up to the neck, shoulders or arms.
When seen by the medical oncologist, he complained of a cough that produced clear sputum and dull pain over the right costal margin, but he denied constitutional symptoms.
4-5) that, while not resisting translation altogether, transmit the dull pain of verbiage: "The complex relationship between Japan and China not only refracts the China-West binary model of confrontation, but sometimes displaces the role of Western modernism entirely.
If you had a dull pain, then you carried on, and if you had a sharp pain, you stopped.
At times the entire buttocks and sacroiliac are flooded with a dull pain.