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Taken injection for tendonitis and partial rotator cuff tear. Applied ice to shoulder. How else can I ease pain?

Hello. I got a fluoroscopic guided injection into the joint space in my shoulder today for tendinitis , shoulder strain, and a partial rotator cuff tear . After the lidocaine wore off, I have been in severe pain;much worse than prior to the injection. I ve taken ibuprofen and am icing the shoulder but I m not getting any relief and am unable to use that arm due to pain. Is there anything else I can take or do to ease this? Should I be worried?
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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you should not be worried.becoz you know "chintah hi chita he"so you should give proper bed rest of your arm.and you can take homeopathic medicine with allopathic medicine for eariest cure.Arnica Q 1 DRAM ,Calend Q 1 DRAM ,Rhus tox Q 1 Dram ,Anac Q 1 Dram ,mix with 4 Q In one bottle and take 10 Drops QID Per day for 1 week.
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Answered: Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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