Past Painful Experiences

Research has provided evidence that newborns are more sensitive to pain than are older infants, children, and adults (Anand 1998). Repetitive or prolonged pain in the neonatal period can cause long-term changes in pain processing (including pain sensitivity) and may be related to later childhood neuro-developmental, behavioral, and cognitive deficits (Lowery et al. 2007). Prior medical illness, physical injury, trauma, and hospitalization have all been found to be related to increased pain sensitivity. The adverse nature of prior pain experiences appears to be a more important variable than the number of past pain episodes.

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