The views expressed by me are for educational purposes only and do not establish a doctor patient relationship.
I am Mysticdoc, experienced Internal Medicine Specialist.
I am here to help you with your concerns.
It is likely due to the muscle sapsm.
Your pain is located on the right side shoulder blade.
This is not heart related.
You do not have any other symptoms like shortness of breath, cough etc.
So lung problem also can be ruled out.
The crunchy noise can be from the ligaments and muscles stiffness.
no shortness or cough
They may make the bones 'frozen' causing the noise.
wow..so more or less the tension just finally let go?
massage also may be helpful.
And take a break from sitting or lying on one position.
well, i noticed it started like 3-4 weeks ago after sleeping on my right side.. i try to sleep on my left now.. but i find i wake up on my right and then forget it lol that right side is just so sensitive now.. like its even tender to touch and so on
like the shoulderblade i mean
yes --this is likely from the sleeping position.
I have cervical stenosis to begin with, but that appears under control for the most part
This can make the muscles stiff.
that is good.
once you start paying attention to the posture and the problem, it does get bettter
ok, thank you! im relieved to know its not heart related! because that was in the back of my mind too LOL
no it is not.
do not worry
i was just more afraid either i damaged something or popped something in or out of place because the pop snap crunch was so loud i froze and waited for the pain to kick in
that can be from the joint motion.
but nothing happened, and then the pain in the blade got better.. but i can still kinda feel it if i take a deep enough breath but again.. i think thats just the muscle
Unlikely any displacement.
yes it likely muscle and ligament related
:) thank you :) i appreciate it :) Ive been able to keep my anxiety in check for a while now but every so often I need a helping hand :) thank you so much :)
you are doing well.
have a good night :)