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mimi99 (@mimi99)

Reverse Shoulder Replacement: Recovery process

Joint Replacements | Last Active: Jan 10 6:48am | Replies (72)

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@basslakebabe19

I think the reverse shoulder replacement is a good option. However, after weeks of doing really well, I caused a problem for myself by stretching too far to retrieve something that fell off the seat in the car. I now have some clicking in that shoulder, like tendons or cartilage moving out of place. There is no pain, but I am afraid to tell my doctor after getting an A+ for my recovery. I am so angry that I did something so stupid. I wonder if they will go into place by themselves, or if I will have to have them surgically repaired. UGH!

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@basslakebabe19
I assume you had rotator cuff damage. I’m guessing you have no idea what the actual problem is. If that’s the case you need to inform your doctor even if your grade goes to an A- or B+, still grades to be proud of. As you know it takes quite awhile to recover from shoulder replacement surgery. I hope it takes care of itself but you may need an
X-ray.
Good luck to you and be careful.
Jake

Hey you, I had both shoulders TSA over the past year. 2nd one was Feb 28th. Have you ever resolved the clicking? I'm trying so hard to build muscle to help stop the clicking, but I tried to lift something 2 days ago & it's Popping again. I would so greatly appreciate some extra knowledge on the recovery of TSA. Thx @basslakebabe19. & y'all who give input. Namaste💞💥🌊

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