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rhody
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Dec22-11, 10:48 AM
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Quote Quote by Evo View Post
Pain releases endorphins, perhaps it is an endorphin rush.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endorphin
Yes, but up till now I had never before experienced the pain followed by the release of endorphins so close together. I have read many accounts about soldier's injured horribly in war, and how the wounded claimed they felt no pain.

This is repeatable, and I might add, did NOT happen the first few times I went after my surgery (just pain), it seemed to kick in after the third or forth time I went. Now it is every time the pain flares up, almost like some set threshold has been met. If I don't have as much blood in the urine, I don't feel it, it feels like going normally. It is odd to say the least, not that I am complaining.

Rhody...