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Are women more sensitive to chronic pain than men?
26-30, M
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Oct 15, 2019
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No ,them hoes are tough
fungirlvape · 56-60, F
No
IDidNotFart2 · 26-30, F
There are speculations that some diseases causing chronic pain or having chronic pain as a symptom are related to vitamin D deficiency. Which, for some reason (or quite a few), is more popular among women. So, if anything, women are more used to chronic pain.
scooogy · 26-30, M
[@1019760,IDidNotFart2] A female friend of mine works in retail for 10 years now, and also at the cash register (on occasions), whilst I do only job in retail besides studying, for two weeks now and never at the cash register. I did develop back aches, but in contrast to her I don't take painkillers.
IDidNotFart2 · 26-30, F
[@956065,scooogy] That means nothing, though. It could be another man that would not be able to tolerate pain the same way you do. Also, there are back aches and there are [b][i] back aches[/i][/b] !! How do you know you're experiencing the same thing?
CharlieZ · 61-69, M
Only to some origins of it and less to other ones, most frequent in men.
RubySoo · 51-55, F
I doubt it. I thinknwomen handle pain better....
Harriet03 · 36-40, F
Have a breached birth, then get back to me!! 🤷‍♀️
Graylight · F
My understanding is that, in general, women tolerate pain better than men.

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