He did another EKG and a hemoglobin blood test, both were okay.
He said, that because of the fluid the ER doc saw in my left lung, I had pleural effusion. He explained that if the diaphragm gets swollen or irritated at all, it can cause shoulder pain....
So between the pleural effusion, and surgery, it caused irritation and that was probably the problem.
Other than that it's a mystery. But it's all but gone now.
I think I'm still gonna have an ultrasound done around my heart to check for fluid in a few days though.
Oh, and he perscribed baby aspirin as a blood thinner in case there are or could be clots.
With my husband being deployed....life's been quiet I guess. Its like there's nothing to do unless I do something. LoL, does that make sence??
So, for the past week, I've been on a very unnatural, un manda-like cleaning kick.
(for example, I was gonna lay down for a nap....but before I do, lets just vacuum the house real quick)
I dissected my living room, and moved every piece of furniture and exercise equipment, to vacuum, steam clean, sprinkle carpet freshner and revacuum every bit of my floor.
And as I moved furniture, I noticed how dusty, so I dusted.
(here is my living room, clean, but overrun with exercise equipment)
So, yeah, for now, I'm gonna just keep on keepin on, and take it one hour at a time.
I really love that I can share this with all of you. It helps to get it out there, ya know?
Thanks for your love and support.