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I have chronic pain. Doctors don't know what causes it, other than maybe a motorcycle accident years ago. I find it funny that it's like a manifestation of painful memories, but either way the only way I know how to cope is to constantly move and to always be active.

I get nervous when I'm not doing something.


>being able to afford motorcycle
>being able to afford a visit to doctors who know what "phantom pain" is
Oh you, rich middle class western kiddies!



It was a secondhand bike I drove illegally and the doctor visits were whenever I could scrape some money together, but sure we'll go with your snarky assumption.


>Assuming posters to be from soykafty USA where healthcare is a luxury item reserved for people smart enough to deserve it



Random is almost certainly guilty of being what they accuse others of being

Such is their way


Don't be silly, we don't know where OP comes from.

And even if OP comes from the US, there are many people there who cannot pay their hospital bills without the assistance of government or monthly payment.

Plus many motorcycles run for burner prices if you're willing to learn how to maintain a bike.


He could've been hit by a motorcycle


I have a similar problem in that for around a year and a half or so I’ve been experiencing mysterious chest pain. I’ve been to doctors but the best diagnosis they can come up with is some type of anxiety as I appear to be in otherwise good health. I’m starting to feel that it’s something I’ll have to carry with me for my whole life, however long or short it may be.


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I stay as active as I can and get as much (healthy) exercise as possible. I have bad joints, so high-impact exercise is off the table, but high-intensity swimming can do wonders for your body. I know what it's like to have everything hurt just because your body is damaged. I know what it's like to feel betrayed by your own physicality. The only thing that has helped me with this is to work on my body - to be the best human specimen I can be. When your body takes control from you, you need to take as much of it back as possible.

There will always be that lingering pain, and you shouldn't overexert yourself, but ceding your physical autonomy to that pain is a worse fate.

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