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Slight shoulder pain and tightness. cramping/sharp pains in bicep, tricep, and shooting pain in forearm. pain come on for minute or two then go away?

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Dr. Donald Colantino answered

Specializes in Internal Medicine

These pains may be referred from a tendonitis of the shoulder or may indicate a pinched nerve in the neck or shoulder area. The jabbing,sharp nature of the discomfort suggests nerve pain,however. An orthopedic specialist is well qualified to evaluate and recommend any appropriate tests and treatment.

Answered Sep 29, 2016

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