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Shoulder pain and More Rotary Sound
I feel Discomfort in my Right Shoulder and Cracking sound for 3 years. I have done X-RAY and it shows everything normal. But feeling alot of discomfort.
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Hello dear 3 years shoulder pain at your age can have two possible reasons: subtle shoulder instability and scapular dyskinesia. Unfortunately none of them can be picked up on an x-ray. If you could add more points in history i can lend help narrow down the diagnosis: 1. Have you had recurrent neck pains as well? 2. Have you ever dislocated your shoulder? 3. Do you have additional symptoms such as hair fall , acidity, cramps, fatigue, forgetfulness etc. Consult back with the added points in history. Regards Dr Vipin Gupta
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Consult online or connect in person if based in delhi.
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Please do MRI right Shoulder
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Needs evaluation which can be done satisfactorily on video.
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Your symptoms maybe pointing towards a rotator cuff issue. Further evaluation is required for zeroing in on a diagnosis
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Ortho surgeon consult
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