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Long time lurker. The picture at that link made me think of you. lol. Passionate about wine. Perfect.

I also had Mother Shoulder - there is an excellent shoulder specialist in Durbanville - Dr. Rory Harvey - try him - he fixed my shoulder.

It's weird because our lives are so similar at different ends of the world. I was diagnosed with rotator cuff tendonitis in July, and a few weeks later it worsened to a dropped shoulder (lazy shoulder) and I've been seeing a physiotherapist 3 times a week ever since. The pain is mostly gone, but I still have very limited mobility. The reason for all this........reaching back in my car to pass the twins, snacks,toys and whatever else to keep them happy (quiet). Also, pushing and pulling 100lbs worth of baby and stroller/wagon every day. So, please try not to use your arm too much, I know it sounds crazy with twins and all, but the pain I've gone through the past couple of months has been awful. Take care:)

Hey T.

in addition to every thing else, i'm also a registered massage therapist, and you won't believe how many complaints from women I get about the same exact thing. Having your arm rotated and back while lifting something puts the shoulder in it's most vulnerable position. Once I tell my clients why they are having this pain, a lightbulb goes off. Another culprit is reaching onto the back floor and hauling your heavy purse up to the front.

Do everything you can not to make that reach back. You'll feel so much better and avoid long term problems.

Take care. Jill

This post made me laugh out loud, because I'm currently in physical therapy for SHOULDER PAIN! Since having Gabe, I've been having these shooting pains and numbness. Now I know the cause!

This post made me laugh out loud, because I'm currently in physical therapy for SHOULDER PAIN! Since having Gabe, I've been having these shooting pains and numbness. Now I know the cause!

I have severe, chronic tendonitis in both my arms due to lifting my twins.
OUCH!

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