Fiorella forgot to tell you an interesting item of information she learned while she was at her neurologist's office last week. As usual. Dr. M. told her the shots would hurt a little, but to try not to move. Afterwards, Fio remarked that she'd never felt pain, only pressure. At which point, Dr. M's intern, Dr. Wong, said recent studies have shown that women feel physical pain less than men do.
Could Wong be right?