I'm a 24 year old female and I have been dealing with a shoulder problem for about a year now. At first I noticed a bump sticking out on my scapula. It protrudes quite far and is very visible to the naked eye. At first it was just a bump and there was no pain associated with it so I didn't really think anything of it. After about 4 months i started getting pain when I was trying to go to sleep, and from there the pain has increased to a constant, intense pain, day in day out. I had no initial injury to cause this bump and that's why I didn't take it very seriously at first. So far I have been to 3 doctors, none of whom can diagnose me to this point. I had an MRI of my shoulder/scapular area and the MRI showed " nothing unusual" according to my orthopedic doctor, yet you can see the quite unusual bump sticking so I'm a little confused as to how this didn't show up. It is a solid lump, it feels like bone and I can't even guess what it is. If anyone has any input or any experience with a problem like this please help! I'm getting to the end of my rope with the pain and lack of information as to what's causing it!!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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