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    When I do jogging/5k run I get a pain in my right shoulder , maybe the trapezius or platysma muscles. I'm not sure what it is , but it happens without fail , even if I stretch , and breath properly. It's not constant , it last for like five minutes , but it's a sharp digging pain ( Not as sharp as a nail , but pretty sharp )

    Any idea what this could be ?
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    No idea sorry. But I get it too! Unfailing every time. Ive always thought its strange that it only happens in the one shoulder (my right too). I'd be interested to hear what it is x
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    (Original post by JosephinaMarley)
    No idea sorry. But I get it too! Unfailing every time. Ive always thought its strange that it only happens in the one shoulder (my right too). I'd be interested to hear what it is x
    Seriously , that's strange , I'd love to find out what that is !. At least we have something in common x
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    I get a weird pain in my left shoulder when I run but mine feels like lactic acid which is quite strange- maybe there's something wrong with my technique.
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    I used to get that, well it felt like my shoulder was trying to get out of its socket!
    But I bought one of those shoulder support things, and I bought a double one, and that seems to have sorted out it.
    No idea if it will help you but worth mentioning
 
 
 

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