Frozen

After being wedged into an MRI recently to discover why my right arm wasn’t improving any we finally got answers, a frozen shoulder, plus other medico terms rattled off well over this geeks head.

What was interesting was the MRI revealing in the past I had had a dislocation. What the! The only possibility is twenty years ago when a doctor thought I’d done tendons first in this shoulder, then two weeks later in the other, then again in this shoulder. Clearly it was more than they thought and explains why it hurt a bit back then 😆

So, getting another cortisone injection in early November, this time into the joint rather than the bursar as in September. Last time I felt a tad I’ll after my injection, but the effects of the injection ended up making me worse. I’m hoping it won’t equate to that saying “third time’s the charm”.

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