i recently went to a neck/ shoulder specialist about a small lump on the left side of my neck/shoulder. i wanted to have it removed but wen they operated they found out that it was a neuroma and they couldn't do anything about it because it is one of the main nerves of the neck/shoulder and without it i wouldn't be able to move my left arm. since the surgery Ive had a lot of sharp/stabbing pain in the area of the neuroma ive tried pain relievers (Tylenol, Aleve, etc.), Thermocare heat patches, muscle rubs and almost everything else i could think of that might help...any ideas on what type of medicine i could get to help? should i go back to the specialist and ask him to prescribe a stronger pain reliever?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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