There are people who can help
Nearly 1 in 5 (19%) of people in Europe suffer from chronic pain. You can share your experiences and learn from other sufferers and experts in the field by joining a patient support group. When you discuss, understand and become actively involved in your treatment, there is a greater chance it will be successful.
Share your concerns with a patient group
To help you to understand your pain and to get the most appropriate treatment, it may be useful to join one of the patient groups below. These groups can offer you assistance by letting you discuss your problems and by sharing expert advice on managing pain.
These links are provided for information only and are not intended to be seen as endorsement of a particular organization by Pfizer.
Don’t try to deal with the pain alone
Discuss your pain with your friends and family to remind them that what you feel is real. If you let them know, they will see how it affects you and they may be able to find ways to help you.
Why should you continue to suffer?
The pain you feel is real and, with the correct help, could be effectively managed. Make an appointment with your doctor and describe your symptoms following the guidelines as shown on this site. They will be able to discuss the treatment options with you.