Yes. The body feelings receiving the "pain" label -- and other qualia or secondary qualities (whatever the hell expression one chooses) -- are universal experiences (manifestations, phenomena, presentations, etc) for the majority of humans who are not mitigated by various clinical conditions. We couldn't even agree on the colors of a color chart if that wasn't the case, the notes of music, etc. It is our judgements and evaluations of those visual, auditory, olfactory, etc category "showings" that have personal fluctuations. For the majority of people (universal for them) the presence of a migraine headache is conceived as terrible; but for a veteran sufferer of agony it may be assigned a less degree of unpleasantness; and for an algophile who has perversely overridden the native brain tendencies, the headache might be downright pleasurable. For the rare individuals afflicted with CIP, pain-related feelings are not presented at all. Eliminativism seems fully applicable there. But they fall into that minority who accordingly don't create and manage the standards and distinctions for the majority of humans for which the multiple types of manifestations and their refined discriminations are universal. (Albeit, again, the judgmental values assigned to those specific experiences may personally vary.) - - - footnote - - -  As a crude analogy: Everyone recognizes Hitler (he is the same presentation for us). Many of us hate Hitler, but Nazis love him. The latter are the judgements and understandings of him (cognitive affairs) that personally vary.