Firstly, having looked at this forum in the past, I am in awe of the knowledge, courage and empathy of those that use and support it.
So to my respectful request for advice if i may. I am a 46 yr old non-smoker.
For the past 9 months I have been experiencing slow progressive pain in the scapular (right hand) area that has gotten worse, and now moved more into the shoulder area, with weakness, and now numbness down my right arm a symptom.
During this period I have visited various Osteopaths, through to a shoulder specialist, with no specific diagnosis. Shoulder doc, thought it may be a torn muscle, but EMG proved negative. Only comments were that scapular area is 'puffy', and i did show positive on a 'Whipples' test (in the right arm)
I have also experienced (last 3 months) droopy eyelid, constricted pupil, but in the left hand eye. Every professional has said that you cannot have Pancoast syndrome, if those symptoms are co-lateral (opposite)
MRI scan of spine/brain in November showed nothing significant, and so a CT scan (with contrast of the chest/neck was carried out recently. Results back yesterday state, no issues, but small shadow likely to be post inflamatory in the right lung. No further action.
My concern through all this time is the slow progression of symptoms, and the obvious concern of what it may be. Also that now the comments of 'small shadow, which is likely post inflamatory' have not reduced my fears.
I would welcome any comments on the above, and thank you in advance.