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Created On: 03/02/2008 08:41 PM

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 03/04/2008 04:32 PM

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MB15

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Jim,I would say it was more uncomfortable than painful. I definitely did not have to take any pain meds b/c of it.If you unsure, call your doc...he should be able to tell you what he thinks is going on...that's why he gets the big bucks!Good luck,MB
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 03/03/2008 08:31 PM

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jimboro

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Hi mb,When it happened to you,was there any pain involved,when it happens to me it's very painful,then there's a dull acheing afterwards,sometimes several hours,then I have to take a pain pill.Please reply,any info will be appreciated.
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 03/03/2008 05:39 AM

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Hi Jim,I had a hemi in the summer of '06 (had to be revised to a TSR last summer) but I remember feeling sensations similiar to what you are describing after my hemi. My doctor said it was just the metal moving against the glenoid (the socket) and it was nothing to worry about. Hopefully, this is the case with you as well.Good luck,MB
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 03/02/2008 08:41 PM

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jimboro

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Hello my name is Jim.I had a Hemi on January 22,2008.I'm wondering if anyone else has any shifting or skipping in the shoulder when you move it.My therapist says it the bicep that's skipping,but I have doubts about that.I don't go back to the surgeon until march 17.It is hard to describe what it is doing,any help will be appreciated.Jim.


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