I have been experiencing pain in my upper left arm just above the elbow. It is a sickening achy feeling that seems to be coming from deep within the bone. It seems to come in waves that start out mild and then increase to quite painful – then diminish again. This happens for about a half hour. During these times, I am at rest and I did not do anything just before to injure my arm or exert myself in any way. I don’t have chest pain, palpatations, or diaphorisis during these episodes. Yeah, I know I should go to the doctor, but I was wondering if this type of pain could be related to upper back pain. I have been going to a physical therapist and a chiropractor for back issues related to scoliosis for a while now. I’m REALLY sick of doctors and would really like to just blow this arm pain thing off.
I’m way behind in making it for her, but I originally promised her something knitted and had to switch to crochet due to hand/arm pain. Here’s what I have so far, on the first one.
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