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I need some info regarding my problem. I am 45 years old and I have sustained a shoulder dislocation in a minor car crash. The only thing the doctor worried was the possibility of the axillary nerve injury. For now, everything is ok, even though I still feel a lot of pain when making sudden movements. Could that pain be related to that axillary nerve?

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Most likely, you have problems because of the strained ligaments and tendons, perhaps even muscles. Those structures can be easily damaged in dislocations and take a lot of time to heal properly, so most likely that is the cause of your problems. I had the similar situation with a dislocated ankle and it took almost 4 months before I could use it without any fear again.
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I'd say you're just going through the typical healing process. I've dislocated both my shoulders in excess of 100 times. :O

It's never fun. The right shoulder has been repaired, and the left one is being looked at by a specialist here in about 6 hours. Trust me. If it was a nerve issue, you would know.... If anything in this world would make you want to curl up in a ball and cry, that'd be it.

Good luck with the healing process, and I wish you the best with it not beccoming a reccuring issue!
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