Do people with Asperger's Syndrome feel pain?
Yes. They feel both physical and emotional pain. However, many people with Asperger's Syndrome have sensory integration disorder, which means they might be oversensitive or undersensitive to physical pain.
It probably will depend on your definition of what pain is. Generally the most common symptom or symptoms are numbness and tingling of the first 3 digits (thumb, index, and middle fingers) causing your hands to feel like they have fallen asleep. Due to this, a lot of people think they have a circulation problem, but in reality it is a neurological problem. Some people will also describe and ache or throbbing of the hands… Read More
As in can't feel pain? Congenital insensitivity to pain.
No, they do not. Most people only feel pain (and find out they have osteoporosis) when they fracture something.
No, phantom pain is the feeling of pain in a body part that has been amputated or removed surgically. (You feel pain in a limb that was removed, hence, phantom pain) Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is a chronic progressive disease characterized by severe pain, but not in a phantom limb. It usually occurs near the site of an injury, generally minor.
The pain is still there... you just do not feel it.
Chondromalacia patellae (CMP), also known as patello-femoral pain syndrome or patello-femoral stress syndrome, is a syndrome that causes pain/discomfort at the front of the knee.
Central pain syndrome is a type of pain that occurs because of injuries to the brain or spinal cord.
No because they have lots of work out and muscles are really strong. It's possible for strong people to feel pain but not that easy. They drink milk makes it even harder for them to feel pain.
Myofascial pain syndrome (729.1)
What are highly successful in helping people to cope with pain chronic fatigue syndrome headaches or irritable bowel syndrome?
Cognitive therapy and Behavior therapy
Do not ask answer boards, your local shaman , friends or De.Google about medical issues - go to a real doctor or climic.
they feel good...or they're in pain.
You were kicked hard on the anterolateral surface on your leg during soccer game the leg was a little painful but you continued several hours later you feel pain why did you not pain immediately?
Anteiror Compartment Syndrome
Under some (rather unusual) circumstances it might. For example, if you have been unable to feel anything in a part of your body, you might be happy to feel slight pain from there as it could be an indication that sensation is returning. ____ Most people don't experience joy when they feel pain. However, some people do find joy in it, or feel a cathartic release through pain.
What is the medical term meaning debilitating chronic syndrome of diffuse and or specific muscle joint or bone pain?
Fibromyalgia. Rheumatoid arthritis also involves joint pain, but is not a syndrome. Fibromyalgia is a syndrome of pain, fatigue, and sleep disturbance.
Disorientation, shock and pain.
bullies are losers and they have a pain inside that they feel the need to take out on other people
Complex regional pain syndrome is a medical condition in which people experience severe pain in parts of the body, such as the limb. However, the pain can spread to other body parts. The symptoms can include stiffness in the affected limb, movement or coordination problems, swelling, muscle spasms, and pain. Vertigo is not a common symptom of this condition.
Of course! They are people like everyone else. Unless they have some strange condition they can feel pain.
Congenital insensitivity to pain (with or without anhidrosis) is a rare genetic condition which causes sufferers to not feel pain, heat, cold, and other nerve sensations.
No, people with particularly red (or ginger) hair do not feel more pain than other individuals, however, in many cases - Red hair can relate to many skin pigment disorders which do associate with pain.
because its damaged
337.20 is the code for complex regional pain syndrome. It used to be called reflex sympathetic dystrophy.
She only felt a tug, but she didn't feel any excruciating pain. Sometimes when people get severely injured, they don't feel much pain since the brain already knows there's pain. But Bethany experienced what's called phantom pain, when you feel pain for a limb that's not there and this happens when pain receptors don't reach the brain until after the limb is gone.
Yes , they feel pain
Of course, pain exists regardless of culture. Iranians in particular are a very openly emotional people and there is an incredible wealth of Iranian music and poetry that expresses the pain both emotional and physical that Iranians may feel.
Central pain syndrome is thought to occur either because the transmission of pain signals in the nerve tracts of the spinal cord is faulty, or because the brain isn't processing pain signals properly.
type 2 diabetes, patella-femoral pain syndrome, social problems, bullying
Normally people feel pain in their LEFT arm. But heart attacks effect all different people differently. Some may not feel pains in arms, some may feel pain in both arms, and I'm sure even tho it may only be a very few that only feel pain in the right arm.
Familial dysautonomia also known as Riley-Day syndrome is seen almost exclusively in Ashkenazi Jews What is the one of its main symptoms?
Inability to feel pain
Celeste Cooper has written: 'Integrative therapies for fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, and myofascial pain' -- subject(s): Alternative treatment, Chronic fatigue syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Myofascial pain syndromes 'Integrative therapies for fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, and myofascial pain' -- subject(s): Alternative treatment, Chronic fatigue syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Myofascial pain syndromes
Complex pain in certain regions.
The pain often worsens at night because most people sleep with flexed wrists, which puts additional pressure on the median nerve.
It Depends on how hard you are hurt sometimes,sometimes not
Most people do.
It is basically a long name for the back of your kneecap hurts. Many people have heard of this even if they don't realize it. It goes by many different names. A few are chondromalacia, patellofemoral disorder, patlellar malalignment, and runner's knee. (Runner's knee is probably the easiet to say!) Patellofemoral pain syndrome is pain behind the kneecap
Pain associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome can occur any time, any place. There is no specific time that the pain will occur, but IBS pain is genrally "stronger" during menstruation.
Yes, all mammals feel pain.
No, it is not. If someone gets hurt, they feel physical pain. If someone gets their feelings hurt, they feel emotional pain.
greater trochanteric pain syndrome
yes it is possible to inflict pain on a strong person....anyone can feel pain unless your numb but that's a different story
Some people just don't have pain during their periods. If you just got it recently it might take a few cycles for you to feel pain.
It's the moving of a tooth that has been there for awhile, but you are usually numb so you don't feel pain, you'll feel pressure most people confuse the two.
Can you be in pain if you have half of someones heart and they have your half of there heart can you feel what ever they feel and can they feel what you feel too?
The heart does not necessarily feel pain but someone with a low heart supply could feel pain. I dont know
Yes. I think it can be a cause of this terrible pain.
Acute pain or chronic pain is the risk for injury.
Failed back syndrome is the failure of surgery or physical therapy to improve pain and/or movement after a back injury. Obesity is one of several problems linked to failed back syndrome and/or chronic pain.
One of the many signs of chronic fatigue syndrome is eye pain, dry eyes, light sensitivity, and blurred vision. If you are experiencing eye pain you may have extreme fatigue syndrome.
Because you literally feel their pain....