shooting pains in left arm, in back, shoulder blade
I have an appointment with Cardiologist this week but I am not sure if the pains I am having are cardiac related. My general practioner is sending me.
For about 2 months I have been experiencing some shooting pains down left arm, it's not an ache, it shoots down my arm and last a few seconds, and comes back a few seconds later. This happens on and off all day.
I also get shooting pains in left shoulder, shoulder blade, again on and off all day, lasts a few seconds. I also get a very weird sensation right by my shoulder blade, the only way I can describe it is, its a fuzzy feeling back there again only lasts a few seconds.
Somedays are better than others.
thanks in advance for any replies
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