... wrist area?
Does anyone out there suffering with frozen shoulder also experience pain in the bicep, elbow and?
Question posted by kikidee on 13 May 2016
Last updated on 18 July 2019 by mdiazw
Yes, mostly the bicep. Sometimes the shoulder and hand too. I’ve been using topical hot/cold anesthetic s and they help.
I do. My pain goes from my shoulder to my bicep down to my elbow and even into my upper chest area. It is on my left arm so I'm not sure if I had a heart attack if I would even get checked for my heart because I would just assume it was from the frozen shoulder. My pain started a year ago in my right arm. After a x-ray and then an MRI I was told it was frozen shoulder. Did physical therapy on it a few weeks and it started getting better. But then my left arm started doing the same thing only the pain is worse than it was in the right arm. I am taking 100 mg. of Celebrex twice a day but it doesn't seem to help. I haven't slept all night in my bed for months due to the pain. I move to the recliner between 2 and 3 a.m. and sleep the rest of the night there and use a heating pad. That seems to help some most of the time. Have been doing PT on it twice a week for months now. Doesn't seem to be helping. Had an MRI done on it today. Will see an orthopedic doctor next week. I am getting discouraged.
Yes, also in both elbows and my FS is in the left. I am a year into this FS and it’s been a nightmare.
I have a frozen shoulder and have pain in my bicep and inside of my arm, but no pain in my elbow or wrist. What does your doctor have to say about the other pain?
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