Thanks for writing to the forum!
This could be due to a muscle pull or a nerve getting trapped or due to shoulder joint problem. Please consult your PCP. Also multivitamins help sometime. A chiropractor too can help.
Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
Thanks for your prompt response. I believe it just could be nerve related. It first happened when I was yawning and stretching. It came on quick and intense and lasted for a few seconds after I lowered arm. Made me a little sick to my stomach even. But as it eased, I was not bothered again until I tried to repeat motion. Now just got to figure out what I can do about it. Thanks again.
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