I have had it on and off some but it seems like the past two days it keeps happening more than normal. Mainly when I'm leaning with my back up against the arm of the couch or sometimes when I'm standing up when I take deep breaths my left shoulder gets sharp pains running through it. It's the top part of my shoulder not my shoulder blade or anything and it's not a constant thing, but when it starts to happen it continues until I lean off of my back. Could it be the way the baby or the way I'm sitting on a nerve or is this a sign of something I'm unaware of?
I actually just read that this is a sign of HELLP syndrome,which I had with my first child. I did have a small trace of protein in my urine on Friday,but they told me to drink more water, and I also had the floaters in my eyes this morning,but thought it was because of the way I stood up...my blood pressure is good and no other signs,but this syndrome is so serious that I'm debating on whether I should call the dr or not. I don't want to sound crazy cause of some random shoulder pain and make it sound like I'm being overly paranoid...if anyone knows of anything else this could be please let me know!
I don't know if its something your more likely to suffer from again if you've had it before but if your unsure then I'd seek advice. I do have a pain like this that started to become more constant and eventually spread down my arms into my finger tips, turns out its a trapped nerve in my neck. Hope your is nothing serious
Thank you! This syndrome is so serious that it makes me so nervous to even think I have a possibility of getting it again. The only cure is delivery and I'm almost 30 weeks, so it definitely wouldn't be good.
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