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I had an injury in 2012.  While weightlifting I heard a pop in my left shoulder.  I cooled it for a couple of days rhen went back to try and lift.  After just a few reps I had an overwhelming feeling of fatigue in my left arm mostly in the deltoid area while my right arm was fine.  This lasted for 2 years then I finally had a subacromial decompression done in 2014.  The left side of my neck is always tight, my shoulder hurts mostly in the front and I still get the feeling of fatigue/weakness.  I also have a sudden release of tingling and almost like a guitar string being plucked in my left arm if I use it to pull myself up a stairway.  If anyone has experienced this or can offer any help it would be appreciated.


  • LizLiz Posts: 9,745
    hello wally85
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