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Swelling on lower bicep post shoulder dislocation - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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Doctor :   hi
User :   Hello
Doctor :   howm can i help you
User :   Let me make this quick
Doctor :   ok
User :   I fell on my arm, I dislocated it
Doctor :   when
User :   I relocated it when I got back up by pressing down on it
Doctor :   age gender
User :   20 female
User :   6 months ago
Doctor :   which joint
User :   I don't know
User :   I went to the hospita
User :   No broken bones.
User :   But...
Doctor :   ok
User :   My lower bicep is still swollen
User :   No matter what I tke..
Doctor :   whats the problem now
User :   No matter what I do..
User :   It won't go down/
User :   and right now..
Doctor :   is pain
User :   I have this sharp pain in my shoulder
User :   And all my tendons feel like their twitching.
Doctor :   swelling is frompast 6 months
User :   yes
Doctor :   yes you can for consultation
Doctor :   is swelling the same or increasing
User :   My bf tells me I might hve tendonitis
User :   And its been the same as from the fall
Doctor :   may be
Doctor :   go for investigation
Doctor :   try phisithearpy
User :   On the other side of the swollen bicep, I hve an indencence in my arm
Doctor :   like
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