I would think stomach cancer... I have lactose intolerance, and if I accidentally eat something with dairy in it, I have almost passed out in pain. Like your insides are in a vice and someone is stabbing them as well.
I would have said third degree burns, but it all depends on the coverage. If it covers a large percentage of you body, then the nerve damage and pain would be even greater. I've also heard that the treatment is terrible. They supposedly put you in a metal tub filled with water and scrub your wounds until they bleed in order to prevent infection. That sounds really horrible....
I've had boiling water spilled on me... Not a pleasent experience. I got all degrees of burn from it (first thru third) and have a nifty scar from it. It really hurt like a bitch. I didn't even go to the hospital for 2 days... Yeah, well it hurts a lot, but those other ones... They look like theyd hurt a lot too...
poisoning usually doesn't hurt. it all depends on certain factors. like broken bones. it depends on which bones are broken. or with electrical shocks it depends on the voltage-level. I would say they all hurt. there is no way to tell what hurts more because it is all just in your head. there is no actual thing as pain, only in your mind.
Stomach cancer. Evl and prolonged. For allmost any other of the above nature holds inner morphins to ease the pain, and women frget part of, how much it hurts, elsewise they would only get one child. Maybe Arthritis equal with the stomach cancer.
I remember once, while in track practice, my long distance team and I were warming up by running a few blocks, when one of them found a tennis ball. He just randomly turned around and threw it. I should mention he's a pitcher in baseball. A ball hit me in the crotch at over 40 miles an hour.
Unless your so cold you get frostbyte, thats pretty rare if your not trudging through miles of snow with nothing on your feet. I've broken my arm three times, that really hurt. Nothing compared to some of those things though, burns would be very painfull.
I voted for 3rd degree burns. Burns are bad enough but 3rd degree is the worst degree. It burns up to two inches into your flesh inculdes skin that is charcoal. Depending on the % it covers a patients body is there probability of survival. Once they are in the hospital laying on anything or having anything touch you is shear toture. The nurses come in everyday and srub the bad tissues away and peel off scabs. They get in there and rub creams in hard. Most 3rd degrees involve skin graphs whitch are uncomfortable and itchy. Since the underlying vessels in skin get burnt too there is a huge change for general infections and also gangrene. Then there is the dehydration and shock issues that accompany. When you start to heal the burned tissue trys to tighten up and then you have lots of physical therepy.
I was in a car wreck and my left arm got 3rd degree burns. Personally I think its the worst pain ever. Even with morphine on drip and being applied to the acutual skin surface I cried and passed out all the time.
Either cancer or childbirth. My aunt had breast cancer and although she's getting better, she is still morally crushed knowing that it is highly probable that the cancer will return. She cries whenever she remembers everything she had to go through, along with us family members.
To date I have had:
Third Degree Burns, Electrical Shock, Migraine headache, Broken Bones, Hyperthermia (Freezing),
Stabbing (as well as Internal Bleeding, and some other stuff)...thats all survivable. I would have to say that Childbirth would be significantly painful, and Im very glad Im not a woman.
I'd have to say Childbirth and stabbing. Stomach cancer doesnt sound all that nice either. I chose childbirth as those groans women make sound pretty bad . A lot of things listed sounded pretty painful and i hope not a lot of us have had them