What's Your Pain Score?

Take our short quiz to determine the affect pain has on your quality of life.
 
What things can you do? 
 
How well do you sleep?
 
Walking:
Standing:
Sitting:
Does pain stop you from working?
Is your family life affected by pain?
My social life:
 
Pain intensity:
Personal life
 
Your score:
1-11 Pain does not seem to limit the activities you can do. Your lifestyle allows you to live with little pain. This quiz has been reviewed by a physician but is not intended to replace a consultation with a physician; it should only be used as a tool, not as a medical diagnosis or treatment.
12-19 Pain affects some of the things that you do, but does not have an overall impact on your day-to-day life. Your pain does not seem consistent enough to require the immediate assistance of a doctor, but it might be a good idea to see a doctor soon, just to discuss your pain and see how a doctor can help you. Recent studies have shown that seeing a doctor about a painful condition early can help you have less pain and recover faster than if you wait to see a doctor. Regardless of your pain level, if your pain is worsening at a fast rate, it could signify a serious underlying condition and you should seek more urgent medical attention. This quiz has been reviewed by a physician but is not intended to replace a consultation with a physician; it should only be used as a tool, not as a medical diagnosis or treatment.
20-27 Pain seems to have an effect on your daily life. You might consider seeing your family physician or a pain management physician to help you manage your pain. In recent studies, it has been shown that seeing a doctor about a painful condition early can help you have less pain and recover faster than if you wait to see a doctor. You should consult a doctor soon so that your pain does not increase and lead to further problems.
28-35 Pain seems to have an effect on your daily life and pain seems to limit the things you are able to do. It would be a good idea to talk to your family physician or seek the help of a pain management physician. A doctor will help you find ways to alleviate your pain, perhaps even lessening the effects it has on your day-to-day life. In recent studies, it has been shown that seeing a doctor about a painful condition early can help you have less pain and recover faster than if you wait to see a doctor. You should consult a doctor soon so that your pain does not increase and lead to further problems.
36-43 Your pain seems to have a significant effect on your daily life. Your quality of life is suffering because your pain limits the things you are able to do. A doctor can help you by diagnosing the source of your pain and working with you to find an appropriate treatment plan to help alleviate your pain. The sooner you see a doctor the sooner you may feel relief from your pain. Regardless of your pain level, if your pain is worsening at a fast rate, it could signify a serious underlying condition and you should seek more urgent medical attention. This quiz has been reviewed by a physician but is not intended to replace a consultation with a physician; it should only be used as a tool, not as a medical diagnosis or treatment.
44-50 Your pain seems to have a significant effect on your daily life. To reduce your pain, you should talk to a doctor. Once you have a full diagnosis, your pain can be addressed individually and your doctor can find an appropriate treatment plan for you. Stay positive, there is still hope to reduce your pain!
Regardless of your pain level, if your pain is worsening at a fast rate, it could signify a serious underlying condition and you should seek more urgent medical attention. This quiz has been reviewed by a physician but is not intended to replace a consultation with a physician; it should only be used as a tool, not as a medical diagnosis or treatment.
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