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    Was doing front raises when my shoulder popped, giving me horrible pain throughout the shoulder, bicep area. At first I thought I tore the bicep tendon, but its not so bad now. Still can't get in to the orthopedic for almost 2 weeks. pain is still in the shoulder with alot of popping, and extends through the bicep still and now down the lat.

    Any thoughts of what I may be looking at? I'm hopping just a frayed rotator cuff, but am perplexed by the pain in my back.
    “War is peace.
    Freedom is slavery.
    Ignorance is strength.”
    ― George Orwell

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    Do a google on "Referred pain"
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    • #3
      Originally posted by DBowden View Post
      Do a google on "Referred pain"
      Thanks DB, saw the Ortho today , says he pictures show about a 15% fraying of the long head tendon @ shoulder insertion. He told me to give it another week of rest and start exercising with 5 lb dumbells. This will test my patience I believe.
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      • #4
        fuck that sucks...hopefully it will heal up proper.
        your only as strong as your mind, so consider yourself weak.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by The Celt View Post
          Thanks DB, saw the Ortho today , says he pictures show about a 15% fraying of the long head tendon @ shoulder insertion. He told me to give it another week of rest and start exercising with 5 lb dumbells. This will test my patience I believe.
          That sucks.

          I know what you mean about shoulder injuries and patience.
          It took me a year to get over a serious one and I cannot lift the weight I could prior to it.
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          • #6
            have the same problem

            I have the same issue. Fucked mine up in Sept of last year and had to take off until this past March. Still can't do curls with any appreciable weight.

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            • #7
              LOL been tight for the last year, with tendonitis pain. About a week ago doing BB curls it popped again , but this time no pain, I just tore the rest of the frayed part off, full range of motion w/no pain, feels a little weaker but should be ok. Bicep looks noticably different from left one now also.
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              Freedom is slavery.
              Ignorance is strength.”
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              • #8
                Originally posted by The Celt View Post
                LOL been tight for the last year, with tendonitis pain. About a week ago doing BB curls it popped again , but this time no pain, I just tore the rest of the frayed part off, full range of motion w/no pain, feels a little weaker but should be ok. Bicep looks noticably different from left one now also.
                Now that's hard core.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by DBowden View Post
                  Now that's hard core.
                  No, probably just stupid LOL. The dr said all along I probably just had some frayed pieces hanging on for dear life that were causing the tendonitis, and that if i didn't have a history of weight training it and more probably would have torn away initially. Oh well, I can start hitting the arms a little harder now as long as the pain stays away...
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                  Ignorance is strength.”
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                  • #10
                    Most likely it's torn rotator cuff! Some MRI's won't show it, but have more than one radiologist read the image. I had the same symptoms,and it wasn't until the third radiologist, that i was torn along the cuff and not across it.. Good luck!

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