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Mar. 15th, 2016 | 02:27 am
mood: awake

Icing my shoulder has become my friend these last couple of months since my shoulder surgery. Prior it alleviated my soreness albeit whilst having the ice.

I just finished icing my shoulder. I still have soreness and aches...I guess I could call it. It's not pain per se and nowhere near what I had before but its very annoying.

The other day I slept on my left side for the first time in five months, if I am not mistaken. It felt amazing to do so, I slept so well. I felt fine till I woke up and my shoulder and outlying extremities were all weird.

I am beginning to use my shoulder more but I am still wary of using it. 

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from: graveled
date: Mar. 23rd, 2016 06:13 am (UTC)

Have doctors said anything about how long it'll stay like this? Also is there physical therapy sessions scheduled in your future? Those help, especially to make sure there's no gap being created in that area. My mom sadly has to deal with the gap causing issues during the cold, so be on the lookout as you're healing!

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from: dmotion1
date: Apr. 7th, 2016 06:21 am (UTC)

The doctor stated that it would probably be a full year before I truly start to feel better. The cold indeed does bother me immensely. No doubt the gap in that area as you have said. I no longer have the throbbing, sharp constant pain but I know the one I currently have is minimal and oftentimes goes away after a little while. Thanks for the heads up.

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