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What is the most painful thing you've ever experienced?
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Posted 1/8/14 , edited 1/9/14
Yesterday, I had surgery in my mouth. I had a very painful oro-antral fistula that they had to close. They did this by cutting out a large portion of my inner cheek and grafting it over the hole.

The doctor then prescribed me the wrong meds. So, when the numbing agents wore off, I had no pain relief. It was the worst pain in my entire life. I was literally weeping like a baby, crying and shaking uncontrollably. Fortunately, a family member was able to contact the doctor for me and get a prescription for the right meds. But, for 8 hours, it was pure hell. (And yes, I am high as a kite right now.)

This is what Oro-Antral Fistulas and the surgeries to correct them look like: Warning! Graphic.


This gets me to wondering: What's the most painful thing you've ever experienced?
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25 / M / Canada
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Cleaning out the lint from my belly button, damn that thing is so sensitive

I did break 2 ribs a couple of summers ago.. I was in bed for a week, the pain was constant even when lying still. It would hurt to do something as simple as farting.

one more... I'm a hairy guy eh so I got that lazer-hair removal on my back, 5 sessions. During that last session, the numbing cream wasn't working so it felt like wasps were constantly stinging my back for 40 minutes.

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Child birth.

You have no idea how bad it gets and after 36 hours of solid no relief brain wrenching, body killing agony, you still have no idea what it's like.
I vote for artificial womb birthing lol
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You'd hate being tattooed then.
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30 / M / Atlanta, GA
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Having fluid drained from a dislocated knee. Doc had me lay down and had his nurses do their best to keep my legs still while he slid my kneecap around the torn ligaments and drained all the fluid from it. I think it took something like 4 or 5 vials to completely drain it.
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For me was when I got bitten by a dog on my right arm.
I was at the dog park and this other dog just started attacking my dog. My husband was pulling our dog away from the attack while the other dog was still attacking him. The owner did nothing to control her dog so I went and tried to grab her dog away from ours and it bit me on my right arm. I was not able to do any typing for writing for about two weeks and it was midterms week too.

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Try 3 days of a Impacted Kidney Stone, I was on a timed push button for self medicating pain relief with some heavy opiate. When it ran out the pain was worse than I felt when I was wounded by my war wound by a factor of three.
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25 / M / Seattle, WA, USA
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My nail getting torn off my middle finger, although I was 8 years old at the time, so it probably wasn't as bad as I made it out to be.
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22 / M / Ames, Iowa, USA
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2 I can think of;

#1) I went in to do some dental work and the dentist discovered a pretty bad cavity buried in the back of one of my molers on the right side. They gave me the shot, but because of the fact I had the shot so many times before, I became immune to it. I got like 4 shots and nothing was working, so I just had to hold tight and they went in drill and all while I had no medication or drugs in my system. Was one of the most painful things I ever encountered

#2) I broke my forearm, and about a week in with a cast, the doctor discovered the arm was healing wrong, so they had to cut off the caste, and "pop if off the hinges" as they said. Basically rebreak the arm and then forcefully set it back in place before giving me another caste. Again no drugs or medication, I barely got out with my sanity though I passed out shortly after.
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Posted 1/8/14
Childhood.
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27 / M / Mor Dhona
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On a physical level...

I have an overbite, though because it's my lower jaw that's simply not forward enough, I had to get a dental appliance put in my mouth. Throughout the whole "installment," so to speak, the doctor basically used me as a guinea pig / lab rat to show interns how to do this. It hurt... then there was the time when I was just in for a cleaning, but because the doctor thought one of my wisdom teeth would become a problem shortly, basically pried said tooth out. No anesthesia.

On a mental / emotional level...

Probably back in 6th grade, when the other kids would barricade me in the gym bathroom and call me "jack off" because I'm the shy type and was changing my clothes in the bathroom stall. I attribute my misanthropy mostly to these incidents.
Posted 1/8/14
Rejection.
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19 / F / Los Angeles
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Either spraining my ankle or when I was getting a cavity filled, and despite multiple numbing shots, the numbing didn't work. So I had to feel my tooth getting drilled into, it was a whole new kind of pain I never want to experience again.
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When I was young I had a cavity and I had to be stuck with it through the whole night because the hospital was closed..it was like someone stabbing that tooth
Posted 1/8/14
Root canal treatment.
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