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Shoulder pain
Muscular pain in shoulder while living up side or back side. I was injured in cricket match while i was bowling. It is being from 2 months. I have taken no medicine yet. Only doing exercise and warming with hot bag. Pleas suggest me to medicine.
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Hi. Pains which dont get better after a few months also are very often due to vitamin deficiencies.
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take Vitamin D and B12 injection
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get blood tests for them
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Hello Muscular pain or pull also need adequate time and rest to heal. If you have keep getting back to sporting activities before it recoups won't be helpful.
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