For the last year or so I have noticed that I have been abnormally sensitive to pain. When I get poked, bump into somthing, or have any kind of impact contact that area of contact slowly starts to intensify in a sharp pain. It lasts a maximum of about 10 minuets and starts to fade away. If i get poked hard it can easily be a 6/10. It feels like someone took a baseball bat a slugged me with it. I know this isn't normal, but what could it possibly be?
I work in a doctors clinic so I know what providers do during an examination. I specifically work in Neurosciences, but i have no idea what this could be, unless taking in consideration rare diseases.
- SandyLv 71 month ago
one of the things doctors do is palpitate the abdominal area. if you have pain, something needs to be done about it. go to the doctor and find out.