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Right shoulder pain
Main issue right now is with right shoulder movement. It happens mostly while doing some work such as cooking or eating. Usually, she doesn't lift heavy items except lifting mug of water or filling water bottles or washing cooking utensils. Issue since last 2-3 years roughly. Now taking calcium tablets as per advice from local doctor. As per the latest report, Vitamin D(28.81) is seen to be slightly low, Haemoglobin is 10.8, RBC count is 3.56, Uric acid is 7.2, Glucose Fasting is 106. Glucose Fasting test is done for the first time as she never felt such weakness or symptoms of it. She has also consulted local physiotherapist for the shoulder pain and done IFT & Ultrasound therapy but it seems that the muscles are weak nearby along with some bones (just assuming) based on the latest VitD result. Medicines being taken right now are mentioned on the main section of this post along with the diagnosis done in the past.
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Since its prolonged issue you should visit an Orthopaedic / Shoulder surgeon for detailed assessment
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