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Posted by: Anon | 2010/07/29

Discomfort left shoulder/back/arm not continuous

Have had this condition for some time-could it be associated to liver or gall bladder - if so how?

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Hallo Anon
It could have an association with something irritating the diaphragm at the LEFT like a pneumonia or infection (but not the liver or gall bladder which would give pain on the Right side) It may also be associated to a trigger point in a muscle in the back or neck. Pain in the L arm could also be due to heart problems ( angina)
Dr Bets

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Posted by: Cyberdoc | 2010/07/30

Hallo Anon
It could have an association with something irritating the diaphragm at the LEFT like a pneumonia or infection (but not the liver or gall bladder which would give pain on the Right side) It may also be associated to a trigger point in a muscle in the back or neck. Pain in the L arm could also be due to heart problems ( angina)
Dr Bets

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