nagging pain

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nagging pain

n. dolor persistente, continuo
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around shoulder just And I did really feel the benefit when that nagging pain around my shoulder blades disappeared and my movement was easier.
He said a nagging pain in his spine prompted him to take a pain killer called fentanyl, a strong synthetic opioid analgesic often used in cancer treatments which could be addictive.
Self-medication through alcohol and substance abuse are common in this industry, especially among those who have suffered minor injuries that continue to plague them with nagging pain they're desperate to keep at bay.
The row was so infuriating, it made Claude take the day off and get checked out at the doctor's for a nagging pain.
Despite the recent positive judgment from the Supreme Court, Kandhamal Christians are carrying a nagging pain.
For chronic nagging pain that is related more to ongoing overuse of a muscle, use heat.
IT'S been nine months since I had a car accident and still I have a nagging pain in the neck.
Ilas, who completed a title double with Dy with her victory in the 9-10 age-group three years ago, fired a three-under 70 at the Rancho Bernardo Inn course despite nagging pain on her right knee to put herself in fifth position in girls 9-10 years; Legaspi shot a two-under 70 at Torrey Pines North and was in sixth place in the girls 15-17 and Wei Wei Gao was also in a tie for sixth in boys 13-14 with his four-under 67 which he assembled with four birdies and an eagle on his last 11 holes at Morgan Run Resort.
But if you let them know that you tolerate them, you suggest in the same breath that they are actually an inconvenience, like a nagging pain or an unpleasant odor you are willing to disregard.
Danish researchers found the specially cultivated compound reduced nagging pain in nine out of 10 of the 30 people who took part in clinical trials.