Stabbing Pain

Definition of Stabbing Pain:

A sudden, sharp, piercing pain usually lasting seconds or less.

Also: Stabbing Pains

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Cluster Headaches

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“...Here is a list of commonly reported symptoms associated with this condition ... A piercing, stabbing pain on one side of the head and behind the eye...”

Gallbladder Disease

...our question about Dull or sharp upper abdomen pain worse after meals
“The pain can vary from a mild discomfort or dull throbbing, to a deep ache or cramp, to an excruciating sharp or stabbing pain...”
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Side Stitch

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“A sudden sharp pain, usually in the side, that can occur during exercise such as running; an intense stabbing pain under the lower edge of the ribcage...”

Trigeminal Neuralgia / Facial Pain

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“...It is characterized by a sudden, severe, electric shock-like or stabbing pain typically felt on one side of the jaw or cheek...”
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