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- noun The state or condition of being
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"This trial enrolled 638 adults with chronic low back pain who had never had acupuncture and who had rated the" bothersomeness "of their pain as at least a three on a zero-to-10 scale.
That's kind of the bothersome side of it, and it can't be denied we would have quite a good deal of bothersomeness if it wasn't for our meeting.
The primary outcomes, standard measures of dysfunction and bothersomeness of low back pain, will be assessed at baseline and after 10, 26, and 52 weeks by telephone interviewers masked to treatment assignment.
Well, I wouldn’t want to claim that this is the point, but it’s the sort of thing where, as a man, I really didn’t appreciate either the scope or the bothersomeness of this until I sort of had myself hit over the head with it with a ton of blog posts and links to things.
Yet despite all this bothersomeness, I can’t imagine using abortion as a backup method of birth control in the way Maia describes.
Toviaz 8 mg also produced significantly greater improvements compared with Detrol LA as measured by the Patient Perception of Bladder Condition (P Also in a post hoc analysis, patients in the study who were treated with Toviaz 8 mg showed significantly greater improvements over those treated with Detrol LA on all sections except one of the Overactive Bladder questionnaire, a questionnaire which assesses the bothersomeness of symptoms and health-related quality of life.