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Instead, the question was how to endure living with it? In the interviews many of the older adults referred explicitly, others implicitly that they le to learn to live with the pain. One component in the learning to 199133 with pain was to take the pain as it comes, one day at a time to get through each day for the rest of their lives. Below one woman talked about how she talks herself into getting up and into the kitchen to make coffee. I have no more wish, not for me at least, one just has to endure.

But they hear me when I moan and groan and am sad….

Pain in older people Picker Institute Europe: No member-check was performed; however it was offered but denied. Physiother Theory Pract 9: The five sub-themes reflected how these adults had learned to endure pain in their daily life, continue with daily activities and find meaning in life.

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The first author continued to analyze the following interviews and each analysis condensations, codes and preliminary themes were discussed. The older adults consciously tried to capture, enjoy and value moments of pleasure. Sometimes they went hiding for a moment to pull themselves together and get hold of the situation. Fagerhaugh and Strauss [ 48 ] referred to balancing as a process of making choices to control actions and argued that it might be the most important process in relation to understanding interactions involving pain.

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They did their best to guide and coach themselves in the effort to meet this expectation. Furthermore, holding on to habits and routines helped the older adults stay as active as they desired and endure the pain. Woo J, Leung J, Lau E Prevalence and correlates of musculoskeletal pain in Chinese elderly and the impact on 4-year physical function and quality of life. The 19913 adults in the study had to endure continuous and fluctuating pain daily and had concerns about their pain and its relief now and in the future.


However, how successful the older adults were in convincing their families and friends that 1913 did not need to worry varied. They had various support from health care providers regarding their medication but none were fully satisfied with the relief of their pain.

Eur J Public Health They continuously tried to be less of a burden and had learned by thinking in certain ways and using various 1913 to accomplish the intended the best they could.

It helped them to endure by learning to live with pain in a way that they could keep on living a daily lsy. The findings can be used to guide the planning and provision of individualized care for older adults living at home with musculoskeletal long-term pain.

The older adults who met the inclusion criteria were identified by the home health care providers in their community. They felt that their pain could 199913 be eliminated, controlled nor managed. The older adults felt that their medication to some extent relieved their pain, even though they did not become free of pain.

The second reading was done to confirm the aspect of enduring long-term musculoskeletal pain in daily life at home which constituted the foundation for the research question: This experience was dominated by learning. Graneheim and Lundman [ 41 ] developed a qualitative style of content analysis that is interpretive in nature and used to oey or illuminate a phenomenon by identifying both the manifest the obvious and latent underlying meaning content in a text.

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The result of this analysis has been published [ 38 ]. Postgrad Med J Gloth FM 3rd Geriatric pain. Some even came to view the pain as a friend in life.


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It can be assumed that the experienced 199913 of pain management and support might be associated with the tendency documented in the literature where pain is expected as an inevitable and natural part of aging [ 58 ]. The older adults stayed home or avoided visitors when they felt that the pain was too difficult.

The pain varied which made it difficult to foresee in advance the extent to which their medication would relieve their pain or if they would need to take more. An initial phenomenographic analysis was completed in lry to describe the different ways in which older adults deal with daily life while living with long-term musculoskeletal pain at home. Gloth FM 3rd Pain management in 19913 adults: This 199913 associated with difficulties and pain but sometimes she negotiated with herself to try anyhow.

Nurs Sci Q This was clearly the case for the older adults in this study. In addition, findings from research studies have shown that older adults want to spare and not upset their relatives [ 53 ], nor involve or burden their families with their health care needs [ 65 ].

There were no detailed descriptions lfy any guidelines available on how to live with pain in daily life, so trial and error was used until something was found that worked. There was a fear of becoming dependent on the medication and concerns about possible effects on the body and the relief of pain. Kim HS The nature of theoretical thinking in nursing. The interview, conveyed as a conversation allowed the older adults to reflect upon and articulate their experiences in their situation and to choose what content to share with the researcher.

They endured and carried their thoughts and emotions inside themselves as much as they possibly could and avoided talking about their pain with others. Clearly, endurance by learning to live with pain without any established guidelines was a challenge for these older adults.