picture on my wall I got a stabbing pain ijust right of my shoulderpain and it is hard to take a big breath without the pain stabbing me hence my breathing only a little restricted but other wise it remains ...
I m in a lot of pain. When I breath it feels like a knife is being dug into my right shoulder ... actually scream out in pain it s this aufull sharp piercing pain it s hard to describe and not only ...
i was playing soccer with a couple of friends and ended up slipping and landing hard on a metal bar. At first it was hard to breath and i was talking funny, but after a minute of lying on the ground my voice ...
Today I went to the ER b/c I had sudden, acute pain in my right shoulderblade area. I took an aspirin and then went as it was alarming, strange pain that effects my breathing (hurts to inhale except ...
a deep breath it increases to a sharp stabbing pain. If you start at bottom of shoulder blade then go up around the curve thats were the the pain starts then taking a deep breath it hurts that area so much. I ...
quickly found out that breathing was nearly impossible, can NOT take a deep breath at all. I have also noticed now that my shoulder is in extreme pain with even the slightest movement. The amount of pain ...
I developed a pain in my right shoulder last night and as the evening progressed, found it impossible to take a deep breath. I also have pain in my chest. I am able to breathe, just not deeply. Plus ...
Short of breath with pain in shoulder neck and dizziness
I have gone through your question. I can understand your concern.
You may have some cardiac or respiratory problems. You should go for x ray chest and ecg. Then you should take treatment accordingly.
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Pain between shoulder blades midline to right
it may be cervical spondilosis. use hard bed and warm phomantation. take tab combiflam twice daily after food.can take x-ray cervical spine.
I have a pain in shoulder
The type of treatment offered for your shoulderpain will depend on the underlying cause and your symptoms.
Options such as heat or ice packs and painkillers may help reduce pain and treat minor injuries at home.
You should see your GP if your pain is the result of an injury, it's particularly bad, or if there is no sign of the pain improving after a couple of weeks.
Your GP may refer you to an orthopaedic surgeon (a specialist in conditions that affect the bones and muscles) or rheumatologist (a specialist in conditions that affect the muscles and joints) if you have:
a frozen shoulder that does not improve after six months
a rotator cuff disorder that does not improve after three to six months
an acromioclavicular joint disorder that does not improve after three months
a rotator cuff tear
shoulder instability and you are under 30 years old
The main treatment options for shoulderpain include:
avoiding activities that make your symptoms worse
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