I had been pushing my physical limits for some time...
but until the pain settled in I didn't consciously add
everything up. Seems to me you know when you're overdoing
it. I'll know better in future (maybe). :-)
Good luck with that! <L>
Did you - in retrospect - see signs that you should
slow down with the rotating at the cuff, or did you
just wake up with it?
As you know, I have such a nerve deficit from surgical
damage, it took me forever to recognize my boundaries,
and another eternity before I *started* to respect them.
I still often need to cue into secondary symptoms to
realize that damage has occurred, and those often show up
days later, so....
Seriously, this isn't the first time it has given you
You're thinking of the other shoulder... [wry grin].
I trust you'll forgive my ignorance? <chuckle>
<EG> Seriously, I suppose exercise is in order once you
have the pain under control?
Coincidentally - *maybe* sympathetically |-) I woke
in the middle of the night to what I imagine was rotator
cuff "inflammation". I guess my gland drained itself,
because it was mostly gone by morning. But, back to you....
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