Hey everyone. When I was a teenager, I had this thing where I would involuntarily shrug my shoulders several times in a row and then it'd stop for a short bit and start up again later that day. Well, this went on for a couple of years and then it went away for several years until this past June. It started again and I can't control it. I have no idea why I do this but I sometimes don't even realize when I am doing it. It has become very troublesome because it embarrasses me and it caused me to injure my shoulder through repetitive shrugging. I dealt with near constant shoulder, arm, and underarm pain for over a month due to this injury. Anyway, I finally got my doctor to refer me to a neurologist. Does anyone have any idea what may be causing this?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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