Cramp (κράμπα): I was running and suddenly I got cramp in the calf of my leg.
Colic (κολικός): When my son was a baby he suffered with colic.
Crick (νευροκαβαλίκεμα): When I woke up in the morning I had a crick in my neck and it was painful to move my head.
Cramps (κράμπες): Many young women have cramps during the first days of their period.
Bellyache (πονόκοιλος) : Bellyache is a pain in your lower abdomen.
Eye strain (καταπόνηση των ματιών): If you read for many hours you may get eyes train.
Dead leg (μουδιασμένο πόδι): I fell asleep in the chair and woke up with a dead leg.
Earache (ωταλγία, πόνος στα αυτιά): Mary had earache caused by an ear infection which was very painful.
Migraine (ημικρανία): Migraines give you very bad headaches.
Period pains: see cramps
Tennis elbow (πόνος στον αγκώνα όταν κάποιος παίζει τεννις): Some professional tennis players suffer from tennis elbow which is a dull pain around the elbow area.
Pins and needles (μούδιασμα): Holding a phone for a long period of time can give you pins and needles.
Sciatica (ισχιαλγία): Sciatica is a pain resulting from a trapped nerve which runs from the lower back down the leg.
Growing pains (πόνοι προερχόμενοι από γρήγορη ανάπτυξη): Many children going through puberty suffer from growing pains because their bodies grow at such a fast rate.
Sting (τσίμπημα): A bee sting can be very painful.
Stitch βελονιά (πόνος): Sometimes when out jogging you can get a sudden sharp pain in your side which is called a stitch.
Stomach ache (στομαχόπονος): If you eat very spicy food it can cause stomach ache.
Writer’s cramp (πόνος στο χέρι (κράμπα) από ακατάπαυστο γράψιμο): When writing my thesis by hand for university I suffered from writer’s cramp in my right hand.
Toothache (πονόδοντος): I had a cavity in my tooth which caused me chronic toothache.
Electric shock (ηλεκτρική εκκένωση): If you touch a bare electrical wire you are very likely to get an electric shock.
Lumbago (λουμπάγκο): Lumbago can be very painful causing great pain in your lower back.