Interesting as I have frozen shoulder on my weak side where I originally had my first attack 6 years ago, Doctor said looks like frozen shoulder, I was put on waiting list for physio that was July and am still waiting. The pain was really bad like previously mentioned and radiated down the arm, my pain is not so bad now as I am taking Nortriptyline which is a antidepressant which luckily for me really reduced the pain down to almost nil, before I couldn’t sleep on that arm or do a lot without pain, I can do everyday things now like put my coat on and off, unclip my bra strap silly things that we all take for granted !, as I’m in peri menopause I couldn’t sleep either, now I can, Nortriptyline was mainly prescribed for my nerve pain and it has worked for that too. I’m so thankful this drug suits me without any horrible side effects.
I think with pain relief I just carried on as normal which in turn has kept my arm flexible, but still need physio to get it 100%
ive been on Tecfidera for 4 months or so now and am due a MRI in Feb/march time and then every six months to see how the drug is helping my ms, so I guess it’ll show if my frozen shoulder is ms related or not.