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Collarbone / Shoulder - Sac of Fluid

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  • November 3, 2006
  • 05:32 PM

Started out 4-5 years ago with a pain in the right shoulder blade. About the last year my right elbow and middle finger sometimes throbs. The shoulder blade feels has a warm/cool (cant figure out which) sensation with small pins and needle feeling.
About 2 weeks ago I noticed my right collarbone is a quite a bit bigger than the left and just below the ear, right above the collarbone is a SAC of fluid. I went to my gyno (only dr. I have) and he said he could not find any swollen lymph nodes. He believes this is muscular and perhaps this is a sac of fluid from the bursa sac. 3 days ago, I woke with both shoulders throbbing, tingling, warm/cool sensation and my face and breast feeling the same way.
The dr. ran a CBC auto diff, CMP, LIpid profile.. I do not have the results yet.
The sac of fluid is about the size of a golf ball.
How concerned should I be? I do not have any other symptoms at all

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