my arms forward too fast I ll feel the pain. When I move my arms back or broaden my shoulders the paingoes away. No fever, no pain in left arm, no heavy breathing/ heartbeat . My concern comes from ...
I have shoulderpain that comes and goes. It wakes me at night. I am 67, I can lift my arm and I have good rotation.. It seems more like muscle pain. I have had it for the last ten or twelve years. I ...
STARTED SAME AREA BUT NOT SEVERE .NOW PAINCOMES AND GOES ON THE UPPER SHOULDER AREA.AGAIN DOC TAKEN ECG ... NOT NEEDED AND CAN BE MEDICALLY MANAGED.HER ATTACK PATTERN WAS SHOULDERPAIN RADIATING TO LEFT ARM ...
I ve got sharp pains in my chest and arm and left breast area which comes and goes every now and again my blood pressure is normal but pulse rate is a bit high. When I take pain killers it relieves ...
. i also feel pain in my left shoulder and left side of my back when a stretch or work the arm. the pain is not constant it comes and goes. these are symptoms of a heart attack, but i m hoping its gas. ...
intense pain that lasts for a few seconds and then it goes away. When I move my arm in a circle, I feel ...I am having a pain that seems to be centered in my left shoulder in the back under my shoulder ...
pain I ve had for 3 months. I ve been having some side affects like numbness and tingling of left arm with tight chest pain it comes and goes. I can sleep because I get nervous and get kinda like a panick attack ...
Hi, my shoulder and back neck feel uncomfortable and pain since last night, apparently it comes ... to my both arm as well, I wonder if it is something to do with my wrist pain for using computer mouse ...
Ive had boil for a round 3-4 months it goes away and comes back butrhe area
around the boil for around 3 inches is completly numb
If it is not painful, do not worry. If it is painful see a a doctor.
I have a mole that comes and goes in the center of my chest. From reading and pics I know it is symmetrical should I be concerned now since reappearing.
No need to worry as it is not painful.
I have a pain in shoulder
using ice packs
surgery (in some cases)
These are described in more detail below.
As well as pain, you may also have reduced strength or movement in your shoulder. In this case, a combination of different treatments may be used.
Read more about treating frozen shoulder.
Depending on what is causing your shoulderpain, your GP may recommend you avoid certain activities or movements that may make your symptoms worse.
For example, in the early, painful stage of frozen shoulder, you may be advised to avoid activities that involve lifting your arms above your head. However, you should continue using your shoulder for other activities, because keeping it still could make your symptoms worse.
If you have shoulder instability, you may be advised to avoid any movements that are likely to make the instability worse, such as overarm throwing.
If you have sprained your acromioclavicular joint (the joint at the top of your shoulder), you may be advised to avoid moving your arm across your body. You may also be given a sling (a supportive bandage) to wear to support your arm for up to a week after your injury.
If you injure your shoulder, for example while playing sport, you can apply an ice pack to the affected area to reduce inflammation and pain.
You should apply the ice pack for 10-30 minutes. A bag of frozen peas, or similar, will also work well. Wrap the ice pack in a towel to avoid it directly touching your skin and causing ice burn.
If your pain is mild, taking painkillers such as paracetamol or codeine may be enough to control it. Always follow the dosage instructions on the packet to ensure the medicine is suitable and that you do not take too much.
If your shoulderpain is more severe, your GP may recommend or prescribe a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) such as ibuprofen, diclofenac or naproxen.
As well as easing the pain, NSAIDs can