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Should there have been pain?

Discussion in 'Community Off Topic' started by 444, Jul 1, 2021.

  1. 444

    444 Peer Supporter

    Question, as I look back on events in my life I remember about 10 yrs agp tearing my Achilles’ tendon while playing flag football. This was before my chronic back pain. When I tore the tendon there was no pain. Nothing, it didn’t even ache. My son was with me and I wonder if my brain had not sent the pain signal because I didn’t want to alarm him. Should there have been pain? There was definitely tissue damage. I remember a lot of people being surprised that I didn’t have pain. Any thoughts?
     
  2. mugwump

    mugwump Well known member

    Do you feel pain afterwards? or still no pain?
     
  3. 444

    444 Peer Supporter

    I never felt any pain from that event. When it happen, the next day, nothing. Had it surgically repaired and now it’s just thicker and tighter than the other one.
    I was just wondering looking back if that should have been painful and my brain just blocked me from feeling pain for other reasons.
     

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