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    Senior Member Gewitter27's Avatar
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    Low-Medium.

    I don't like pain, but I can take some...
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    Absolutely pityingly horrifically low.

    My body's first reaction to any injury whatsoever is to go into shock, so I don't even know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post
    Did i mention i loved child labour when having both my children.
    Are you one of them wide-hipped, masochist women I've been reading about?

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    I have no idea? Probably low. I tend to flip out when I stub my toe and stuff. I get so mad. JOCK SMASH!



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    They say my threshold for pain is extremely high. I can be in great pain and not show it.

    I nearly killed myself ones ignoring an infected appendix, apparantly. According to people that have a clue about it. I should've been squiming in pain. I also developped a tear in my achilles during football and kept on playing regardless. Resulting in scar tissue within my achilles.

    That said, I've lived with major chronic pains throughout my childhood (heavy ass drumming headaches). And it might be because of that.

    It's not that I don't feel pain less or anything, I think. But I can quite easily ignore it.


    Moral of the story, high pain threshold can easily result in permanent damage, so I'm not too sure if it's something to be proud off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salt n' pepper View Post
    Are you one of them wide-hipped, masochist women I've been reading about?
    .. No unfortunately. I do not have wide hips either, thanks

    It amazing the 'mind over matter' when going through child birth. To actually be in control of the pain, even if it does really fucking hurt. Lol. Until about the last 15 mins then i turn into the devil incarnate and hell hath no fury than a woman giving birth. Please vacate the room everyone or else i will rip you limb from limb with my bare hands. Not a pretty sight. Love you.

    It's cool, what can i say?
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    Um...high, I suppose. Lived with a tooth abscess for a week because I was too stubborn to go and get it taken care of. Drove myself to the ER after almost getting my throat cut by a 2x4 with a nail in it, which did leave my head lumpy and bruised on one side. Slammed my fingers in an ambulance door, and continued to work as an EMT even though two of them were purple and huge.

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    I dunno. How would I know my pain threshold relative to others when I don't know how others experience pain?

    In general I think I am pretty disciplined and can push myself through discomfort/try to ignore it. And, I have had kidney stones more than once, so I figure if I can deal with that without making a ruckus and without pain meds (the first several times I had stone movement I didn't know what it was, didn't have vicadin or anything (which does help), and tylenol didn't help so I just gritted my teeth through 5+ hrs of pain until the stone stopped shifting around).
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    I have a pretty high pain threshold, I think. I played soccer on an apparently broken ankle for three months before going to the doc about it. Buuut I also tore a bunch of stuff in my knee a month ago and was convinced it was the end of the world.

    I've hurt myself many different times in many different ways though, so the whole moderately broken bone (don't give me any of that compound fracture shit) and cuts/bruises stuff isn't too bad anymore.

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    average...I don't know. I've never been in a lot of pain many times in my life, I'm quite good at avoiding it.

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