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bronta (@bronta)

sudden pain below left scapula

Chronic Pain | Last Active: Jun 6, 2019 | Replies (5)

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@gingerw

@Bronte I wonder if you bruised a rib when you took that tumble? With a pronouncement of pain on deep breath, there is added strain to rib/diaphragm area on that intake of air. Perhaps a strain of the shoulder. Is it on the same side you landed on with the fall? If the pain is not subsiding, perhaps you can plead your case to the medical office and be seen earlier. I'm certain neither you or they would want a condition to exacerbate due to their not being able to fit you in. That could be grounds for some unfavorable action!
Ginger

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Thanks. I am wondering, what else could it be– and think it is as you suggest some residual from the small scrape. It's on the opposite side, but was thinking perhaps muscle/bone got forced out of usual space on landing, which was light– I had a few small scrapes, all but gone now.

The weird thing is the delay… And somewhat intensity.

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