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Left Shoulder Pain

Pain in the left shoulder can be due to injury, dislocation of the shoulder, muscle pull, or fracture. But, sudden and unusual left arm pain can be caused due to more serious conditions like heart attack and angina.

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Why does my left arm hurt while lying down on my left side to watch TV?

Query: Hello,I have been suffering left arm muscle pain for the last 10 days. I watched tv for two to three hours daily while lying down on my left side. Movement in the left arm is perfect, but slight pain is there, and the muscle gets exhausted soon. Please help.  Read Full »

Dr. Suman Saurabh

Answer: Hi, Welcome to I read your query and understand your concern. I am sorry to read about your problem and hope to help you. It looks like your shoulder muscle was injured when you were watching TV while lying in the lateral position. I would suggest you- 1. You must give rest to your a...  Read Full »

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