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I have a question. A couple weeks ago (about 3 or so?) I was at the gym and using a shoulder press. I nearly had it all lifted (shoulders over head) and suddenly I felt my shoulder - or something in the general area go/snap out of place. It wasn't terribly painful, but didn't feel well. My first instinct was to lower the bar and look at my shoulder, but trying to do so caused severe pain and felt like I was going to stretch something in my shoulder.
What I had to do was maneuver my shoulder to where it seemingly went back into place, and then lower the bar. Afterwards, I didn't experience any major pain, but I was very cautious from what point forward.
Since this, my shoulder has been repeatedly going out of place and then quickly going back in place, popping, etc. I can't lay in certain positions without experiencing a stretching type of pain, but generally when I raise my shoulder I don't experience much pain despite the popping, going out of place, etc. There are no visible issues except my injured shoulder does tend to "cave in" whenever I raise it, as opposed to my other one. This could have always been the case. Does anyone have a suspicion on what I might have done or any advice?
I'd hate to see my primary doctor and have him tell me to "rest it". I've been continuing to go to the gym, but was recently sick, so I took nearly a week off and it seems roughly the same.