It would be extremely difficult to define what pain is with only few words. "Pain is what everyone describes as pain" and within this context one can assume the difficulty of defining the term and more specifically the therapeutic approach to pain. Everyone reacts differently to the various painful stimuli and to the various pharmaceutical interventions proposed to deal with it.
The most important step, but sometimes the most difficult one, is to find the cause of the pain.
It is considered necessary to carefully investigate this symptom, which requires a full medical history, hematological, biochemical and imaging tests, etc.
Multiple medical specializations are often required for both the diagnosis and the treatment of pain.
Even more difficult is the treatment of chronic pain, which, in addition to the causative agent of pain, contains the psychological factor, the way the patient experiences it in relation to the duration of the pain.