A 40-year-old member asked:
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what can explain the difference in pain intensity, eg between liver damage or kidney stones?

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Dr. Richard Sarle
22 years experience Urology
Pain: Pain is pain; intensity is a personal subjective issue.
Answered on Apr 4, 2013

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