When the morphine wore off

Bassim

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I am wondering if my sentence is grammatically correct.

When the morphine wore off, the unbearable pain shot through Peter's body, and he screamed, calling the nurse to help him.
 

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When the morphine wore off, the unbearable pain again shot through Peter's body, and he screamed [STRIKE], calling[/STRIKE] to the nurse to help him.
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When the morphine wore off, [STRIKE]the[/STRIKE] unbearable pain shot through Peter's body, and he screamed [STRIKE], calling[/STRIKE] to the nurse to help him.
 

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teechar,

I understand that "pain" can be written with or without an article.
I am wondering if I write my sentences like this, would they be correct?

1. Bob felt terrible pain in his abdomen.
2. I was writhing with a pain which shook my whole body.
3. Peter was screaming with pain after a car drove over his foot.
 
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