I had a motorcycle accident Memorial day weekend (May 2010). I had surgery to correct this because the collar bone was offset and in three pieces. The surgery went beautifully. I have dealt with numbness that has been slowly retreating. I get a deep itch, but I still figure this is part of the healing process. In the past few days, I am now getting a deep pain in this area. At times it intensifies and shoots through my shoulder. It is intense, I'd say 8/10 for a brief moment. My current ache is probably a 3-4/10. Up till 2-3 weeks ago I'd say my baseline pain was 1/10 or less. I had a migraine this evening...and have been well controlled without one for over four years, so I'm worried there may be something significant happening. How long should I wait to schedule an appointment to have this looked at? (I was thinking of waiting to see if this resolved by Monday). Should I go back to my surgeon, or should I go to my regular doctor? Thanks so much for any input!
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