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Hello everyone. I had surgery twice on my shoulder and this past September was my last one which was a scope. I’m still having a lot of issues. I can’t deal with the pain from of raising my arm, brushing my hair or washing it. Pushing and pulling doors and just simple things. It snaps,pops and hurts bad. I have ongoing neck issues and my orthopedic Dr thinks my neck issues are contributing to my shoulder pain. Mind you my sleep is disturbed from the time I lay down and all through the night. I had a Mri on Tuesday and if anyone can interpret these, I would be so grateful. Here it goes.
Low grade articular sides tear of the supraspinatus just proximal to the insertion with tendinosis.
Severe degeneration of the labrum with attenuation.
Full thickness articular cartilage loss on the anterior half of the Glenn is. Large inferior glenohumeral osteophytes and large subchondral cysts in the Flemish.
Moderate acromioclaviicular osteoarthritis.
Corticated loose body at the subcapular recess. Mild synovitis.
I know that seems like a lot but I’m scared of what the Dr may have to tell me. There has been several discussions of total shoulder replacement and I’m 43. Thank you for any information. I know my neck isn’t causing all of this pain in my shoulder. I believe this stuff isn’t normal.
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