I know most of us get down when the pain is worse, is escalating quickly, when medicine and other treatments don't help, and when it put our planned activiites on stop mode. But does anyone else experience sadness as a physical sensation that increases when the pain increases? It's hard to explain but sometimes when I'm experiencing a pain flare-up I feel a pain spike and the desire to cry, pain spike and the desire to cry, and so on. It's not a consistent experience. I wonder if some natural chemical imbalance is causing both.
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