Why does pain come in waves and what’s happening to the injured part when there is no pain, compared to when there is pain?


I’ve noticed after a recent shoulder Op that I can have long periods relatively pain free, then without any additional aggravation or movement on the wound the pain comes back full force. What’s actually different? The gaps seem too long for the nerves just to have rested? Does the body repairing itself actually cause pain?

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Pain is a way that your bodey uses to alert the mind of danger, so when there is an opening in the body and microspecs enter it causes more pain

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