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Should I talk to my doctor about my psychogenic pain symptoms?

If you are experiencing unexplained aches and pains, be sure to bring them to the attention of your doctor. You may benefit from psychological help if you do, in fact, have psychogenic pain. Also, be sure to let your doctor know if you have chronic pain from another condition, which could you at risk for experiencing psychogenic pain. Also tell your doctor if you recently suffered some type of physical injury that could be causing chronic pain.

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