I'm 21 years old. I have a lot of tension (epilepsy), and I've been having aggravating, sometimes extreme, pain, which is mainly on a small region right on the tip of my left shoulder blade. It's tender to the touch and when the pain is at its worst, it hurts between my shoulder and my neck and sometimes my upper arm gets sore. The whole left side of my neck to my shoulder feels like a big bruise when I touch it but especially that one spot on my shoulder blade. Sometimes it's just a throbbing or lingering pain but other times the pain is stabbing and stinging. I haven't lifted anything heavy and it's been this way for quite some time, but I think it's getting worse. Could it be a nerve?

Posted By Tristin on December 16, 2004 at 21:25:32:

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