This is odd - for the last 3 or 4 weeks I'm getting a nasty pain in my shoulder from time to time.
To explain fully, I had my CABGx3 in June of 2018. Some of the early posts I read on joining this forum back then from people having the same surgery complained of shoulder pain post op. It was suggested by a couple of knowledgeable respondents that during the operation the body can be shoved into some extreme positions to aid the surgery. Sounded quite a plausible explanation to me.
I'm now getting a sickening pain from time time if I put my right arm in the "wrong" position. Hard to explain but often it will occur if I reach down for something in a low kitchen cupboard for example. This is not a twinge but a pretty strong pain almost akin to the feeling of a broken bone. It'll take a good ten seconds or so for the pain to subside.
Any ideas folks? Surely its too long ago for the surgery to be the culprit?