Tearing sensation in left shoulder, pain while lying down
I have an intermittent “tearing” sensation under my left shoulder blade, close to the spine. It subsides when I am lying down. If I look down, the pain intensifies greatly. The pain also increases when I look up or to the left; not as much as looking down, but a definite increase. There is little...
Have burning sensation between shoulder blades. What could it be?
I'm a 52 y/o female. 5'5 175 lbs I have a history of hypertension I been having a burning sensation between my shoulder blades, with pain that radiates down my left arm. I recently had a stress test which came back good. I take Aleve for the pain. The last 3 days the burning is now a...
Thanks for query. You have not mentioned whether you have any other symptoms like palpitation, sweating,pain in chest ,uneasiness etc.
The pain in shoulder blade could be either due to cardiac problem like angina pectoris or may be due to muscular pain.
Please consult general physician or cardiologist and get your ECG done to rule out any cardiac problem and for further treatment.
I m suffering from pain in my right shoulder joint and burning sensation around the shouder blade what should I do?
You could apply ice packs locally. Also, take simple analgesics like Paracetamol or crocin after food thrice daily for quicker relief. Give some rest to your shoulder. Get well soon.
What causes labreal tears in the shoulders?
Fall on outstretched hand, fall on the shoulder, sudden lifting of heavy objects and repeated overhead works are some situation which may cause Labral tear of the shoulder.
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