I have had pain for so long it almost feels good

Discussion in 'Shoulder Pain' started by dh charles, Jan 21, 2016.

  1. dh charles

    dh charles New Member

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    I had 3 shoulder surgeries in all (1993 and 2001) and it took me a while to heal. Arthritis and or inflammation develops as time goes by. I have discovered over the years that there are nerves throughout your body that most of them effect other nerves over time. In 2008 I was DX as having a neck cervical infection. I had 2 neck surgeries before in 1993 band 2001 and maybe it all can be traced to that as what caused the infection. My life has been a constant struggle with pain. I have had a nerve stimulator put in my neck area for what they call a permanent headache arising from occipital peripheral Neuropathy. I can turn it up or down and I have to charge it every so often...battery operated.
    I was just DX after CAT scans with inflammation disease. I have benign adrenal tumors and tremors. I am very familiar with pain and I talk to God a lot.
    After your shoulder surgery, did you have the device you sit in that raises your arm up and down to stretch?.
    I have polyneuropathy throughout my body and must wear orthotic shoes.
    I have back pain in L1 and in L5 S1 and herniated disc..

    Besides all this... I am in perfect health.
     
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    isla sam fisher New Member

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  3. Keith Bruce

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    Anti-inflammatory medications and muscle relaxants may provide relief. Consult your doctor for the same.
     

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