I have been having these pains for the last 9 years.I had a pretuitary mass removed thinking it was the cause.However it did not change.I get them in anny stressfull situation,if bending for short periods,squatting (upon standing).It has become something i am acustom to.It can come iover me at any given moment.It has always been on the right side and when they are severe effects my right eye (turns bloodshot red and tears flow from that 1 eye).I have tried many different avenues to get rid of the pain.It is very frustraiting at times.My doctor has no idea what causes the pain and quite frankly irritates me with his attitude.He seems to act like i am making this up as if he has no idea why I would have a pain like this.I am not imagining it and I am glad to see that I am not alone and that there is a name for it.I thought this would be the death of me honestly,that is how it feels,like each one could be the last time I take a breath. I wish there were a cure.... View Thread
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