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Frozen Shoulder

Thursday, August 22, 2019

When I told my girls that I have a frozen shoulder, my oldest asked if it was an ice cream. I wish! I've heard of this but never knew anyone who had one. It's not fun. If I could just sleep more than a half hour or hour at a time.

I started therapy yesterday and go back today. I hope it won't be too long and drawn out - I've read it could take from 1 - 2 years in some cases.

I decided that I won't be having August next year. At first, I debated between having 2 Julys or 2 Septembers. I decided on July. I do love and enjoy that month.
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  • MOMMA48
    emoticon Hope it feels better sooner than soon!
    81 days ago
  • CAKAROO
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    82 days ago
  • MSLZZY
    Sorry about the shoulder. Therapy may last for 2-3 months but
    is worth it in the end.
    82 days ago
  • AMYBELLES
    I’m sorry to hear you have frozen shoulder. I had it a couple years ago. I had never heard of it either and was so frustrated by my limitations. When I heard that therapy could take a couple years, I chose to have arthroscopic surgery and got my arthritis cleaned up at the same time.
    I hope the therapy works well for you! emoticon

    83 days ago
  • ALEXSGIRL1
    so sorry about your shoulder I had it and physical therapy wouldnt help i had to have it surgically corrected not fun but once done works like normal . Good luck the scary thing is it can happen again
    83 days ago
  • GARDENCHRIS
    hope you get relief on your shoulder. I had rotator cuff repaired, the process was horrible but glad I did
    83 days ago
  • 712237
    I wish you the best with regards to shoulder. I too was concerned I had the same issue but I learned I had tears in my rotator cuff. Take care!
    83 days ago
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