Nice to meet you~~ It's very reasonable to ask if he could help with the pain. I would guess that more often than not doctors will try to get the pain under control while they are working on a diagnosis. In rare cases they might not be able to but if you have a doc who won't help with these awful symptoms then I would get a different doc. They is no reason he can't try something .... without question.
Explain the sensations. Keeping a pain journal is very helpful too. You don't have much time for it but here's a blank page to get started. www.painfoundation.org/learn/publications/files/TargetDailyLog.pdf
Fill out one page each day. I used a 3 ring binder for mine or staples work too. Then each and every time you visit a doc take the entire thing along and ask them to review it while you are sitting there. They will not only get a clear view of your pain and discomfort but they will also see that you are very serious about
Hope this helps...
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