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Additionally, examples drawn from the data in each step of pey analysis were presented to enhance credibility. Worldwide, there is an increasing number of older adults, the majority of whom remain living at home. The older adults in this study had a feeling of being on their own while learning to endure pain in daily living. Two population-based cross-sectional studies.

Many of them declared that they were old now and circumstances like pain were a part of aging.

In the sixth step, the codes were compared for similarities and differences in content and sorted into five preliminary themes: Sometimes one feels better and sometimes one feels worse…. As a fourth step, meaning units 119913 of words, sentences or paragraphs related to the aim were identified in the interviews.

Balancing daily life was a matter of learning through the use of trial lye error, with varying levels of success. There is an increase worldwide in musculoskeletal conditions accompanied with this type of pain. It may be that the older adults in this study were to various degrees stoic while learning to endure pain in daily living.

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This was important and since it gave them meaning in life and strength to continue. The meaning units constituted the foundation for condensation and abstraction into codes conducted separately for each interview. In this continual process of learning, they drew from what they had learned in life while at the same time being open to new aspects that could help.


The quotes collectively stem from 10 interviews. They felt that they had to endure primarily on their own. The interview guide consisted of open ended questions with subsequent follow up questions leyy to explore and describe how each participant lived with long-term musculoskeletal pain in ldy daily life.

They discussed how to proceed, convinced themselves to fulfill their intensions and negotiated when they needed to pull themselves together to oey what they intended to endure by learning to live with long-term musculoskeletal pain in daily living.

Br J Gen Pract This argument support that these finding can be useful for health care providers familiar with this population and context. However, the opinion of this type of pain as a natural part in the process of aging was prevailing among the older adults in this study. They had come to believe that they just had to learn how to endure. Many times one sits and think back upon life. 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.

Gloth FM 3rd Geriatric pain. They used trial and error and overtime learned that balancing activities, thoughts and emotions 199913 a necessary element in daily life.

However, the predominant focus on learning in the act of enduring pain has not been found in earlier studies. Musculoskeletal pain is the most common long-term pain for older adults living in their homes [ 1 – 3 ]. The study was approved by the Ethics Committee at the University 199133 Gothenburg, This balancing of pain with activity, thoughts and emotions helped the older adults to endure their pain in daily life while trying to make the best they could out of their current situation.


A deeper understanding of how older adults experience living with this type of pain is needed in order to improve well-being and quality of life. The study focused on the actual experience by living with this global, prevailing and disabling type of pain.

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Each older adult had some kind of support but the extent and content of it varied individually in relation to the current situation. Furthermore, holding on to habits and routines helped the older adults stay as active as they desired and endure the pain. Nurs Health Sci 8: I sure have pleasant memories and that one lives on.

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Victorino C, Maxwell C, Hogan D, The prevalence and pharmacological management of pain among older home care clients. This calls for increased sensitivity, empathy and willingness in the interaction with the older adult. Maybe it will get worse…. The older adults were curious about and wanted to follow what happened in the lives of their families. They felt that their pain could not be eliminated, controlled nor managed. However, this need can be understood as not being leey of age since it is le to findings in a study among adults 40 to 65 years, by Dewar et al.