“[Plaintiff] testified that she ‘learned to tolerate the pain’ to be able to continue working even on days when the pain was severe.” Molina v. DSI Renal, Inc., 840 F. Supp. 2d 984, 994 (W.D. Tex. 2012). “[T]he EEOC advises comparing the ‘condition under which the individual performs the major life activity’ as compared with the general population. This comparison can include considering, among other factors, ‘pain experienced when performing a major life activity.’ Thus, the fact that [Plaintiff] learned to work through her pain to continue performing her regular tasks does not necessarily preclude her from being considered disabled.” Id. at 995.