I wrote a blog about my frozen shoulder experience - 9 months of absolute torture..... followed by a week of...
Posted by An_258066
I wrote a blog about my frozen shoulder experience - 9 months of absolute torture..... followed by a week of thawing and I"m back to about 80% in a short time. It's incredible - but I don't want to bore anyone who doesn't want to read about it, which is why I wrote this blog which includes details of everything, plus whatever treatment I had, some exercises etc - pretty much encompasses everything (and is probably as boring as heck!)
Two years ago. I was experiencing a piercing pain dead center of the chest .it was like someone was taking...
Posted by An_257235
Two years ago. I was experiencing a piercing pain dead center of the chest .it was like someone was taking their finger and pressing constantly and really hard in the chest. I couldn't sit or lay down. Breathing was hard They thought I had gall stones, but didn't do anything, it went away for about 2 weeks, then reappeared. disappeared and then reappeared. I went into the emergency room again and this time they said that My gall bladder was gone and I needed to have it taken out. They did and no more pain in the center of the chest.View Thread
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