Tingling in my left shoulder
I'm new here and the whole PM is new to me since having it implanted in Nov. 2019. Before I go any further, I will say I feel the best I have felt in 3 to 4 years since getting my PM. Before, my heart rate would stay in the mid 30's to low 40's and after several times of passing out, my Dr. decided I needed a PM. I've had several discomforts but nothing I felt was not part of the healing process, until several weeks ago. I have developed a tingling in my left shoulder and sometimes it will go down my arm. It must be nerve related, if I lean my head to the left, the tingling will start in the back of my shoulder and if I leave my head bent left it will eventually radiate out to my whole shoulder and down my arm; feels like my shoulder is going numb. Once I move my head back to streight up and down the tingling will go away. Other than this, I am doing much better since my implant.
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