Am I a monster crybaby or what?
Have had two MRIs for same shoulder injury recently. First one was painful as I held still for the duration of test. Each moment the pain increased in one spot. Felt like bone-on-bone. Could barely hold still for the last several minutes of test due to pain. Revealed torn tendon in rotator cuff. Pain left quickly when I was alloweed to move my arm/shoulder again and didn't notice again until
today. Surgery failed. So, I took another MRI. Held still for test. I felt a good deal of pain in my shoulder as test progressed, again, because I couldn't/was not suppose to move my shoulder. Pain in same place and seemed like bone-on-bone again, whatever that is.
The pain in this specific area of my shoulder, anterior, in the joint, size of silver dollar, became so intense I was about to ask to stop the test.
Once test is over and I can move my shoulder, pain subsides quickly. You guys familiar with this? Am I a huge monster crybaby or does this kind of thing happen to others (who are confirmed non-huge monster crybabies?)