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Pain in shoulder while using computer - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Since 6 months ago i experienced some pain my right shoulder expecially when i use computer
Doctor :   Ok.
Doctor :   Was there any trauma?
Doctor :   any accident?
User :   no any accident
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Is there any tingling and numbness?
User :   I think it is something relatd to too much working on computer
Doctor :   any weakness in the right hand?
User :   no weakness and when I let the compuer and go away the pain also disappear
Doctor :   Ok.
Doctor :   Do you type evenly with both your hands or do you use your right hand more?
User :   It is burning pain when I work too much
User :   I type almost evenly with both hands
Doctor :   Are you able to rotate your right shoulder?
Doctor :   Or is there any pain during certain movements?
User :   yes i can rotate
Doctor :   Is there any pain while rotating?
User :   no any pain during certain movement
Doctor :   Is there any neck pain also?
User :   sometimes I have stiff neck
Doctor :   Do you have any other health problems like diabetes?
User :   no diabetes but i am hypertensive but mild one
Doctor :   I suggest that you try to rest in between long hours of your work. Take frequent breaks every hour or two for a few minutes.
Doctor :   We will send you a document on simple exercises that can be done while sitting before the computer.
Doctor :   Is the pain present at a single area or is it diffuse?
User :   it is difuse all aroung the shoulder in the back side
Doctor :   Ok.
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Doctor :   I suggest that you apply hot fomentation
Doctor :   whenever the pain is unbearable
User :   Ok what is hot fomentation
Doctor :   Applying hot water compresses with a towel
Doctor :   You should also try to avoid sleeping on your right side.
User :   Ok i see thank you I will and appreciate if you send me also simple exercise document
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Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Is there anything else I can help you with?
User :   No thank you I will be awaiting for your exercise docunmet
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   We will send it in 24 working hours
User :   thank you very much
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