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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: rotor cuff tear and surgery


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Posted by Joy on February 11, 2004 at 16:15:50 from (144.59.12.138):

In Reply to: Re: Re: Re: Re: rotor cuff tear and surgery posted by pat on September 06, 2002 at 12:40:55:

Hey! Ugly ladies like to dance too. :) :) I'm not one of them (My husband says), but I sympathize anyway. :)

I started having shoulder pain recently - maybe a month or so ago - and assumed since I didn't have an injury of any kind that maybe it was from carrying around "the world" in my HUGE purse. So I started carrying less in my purse and switched to carrying it on my left shoulder. It hasn't helped. So now I'm wondering if I spend too much time at my computer and it's carpal tunnel syndrome of the shoulder. :) :) Can that happen?? Also, I wondered if it might have been caused by sleeping on my right side. I have been trying to switch and sleep on my left side or my back, but my hubby doesn't like it. He's sort of set in his ways - doesn't like change - and can't sleep unless I am in that same sleep position in relation to his body. :) After he goes to sleep, I turn around, but then when I wake up I'm always on my right side again. Old habits die hard, I guess. BTW, I'm 50, but in most every other way, I feel 25. Who knows? Anyway.... I'm gonna go do a search on yahoo for an exercise site for rotor cuff tear, and try to do the exercises and see if that helps. It's really starting to bother me.

Joy



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