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Default Possible tricep tear pls help! - 06-13-2015, 07:48 PM

So I Used to lift about 1 year ago, but I Had to quit do to my job ,14 hr shifts everyday for almost a year .

So im starting from zero again ,but i have a problem with my right arm tricep.

The medial head has like a big lump ive had this since i can remember and i dont recall an ''ouch''moment when i was training to tell you if this happened during a workout.The muscle is really tense/strained , when i touch it ,it doesnt really hurt but it feels unnatural and a little discomfort in the elbow and sometimes it hurts a little in my elbow not on the lump when i do overhead tricep extensions, I was thinking this might be a minor tear or something like that? Since i dont have much muscle right now the medial head literally looks bigger than the long head , What could this be?

Also that same arm is an inch smaller than my left arm.
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Default 06-17-2015, 10:53 AM

You may be right. The only real way to tell is to get an MRI. I had a bicep tendon completely pull loose and the ER said it wasn't a complete tear based on x-rays and the fact that I could still move my arm. They were wrong. The MRI showed complete separation and surgery was required if I didn't want to lose about 1/2 of my potential strength. Some people never get it fixed, but I could not live like that.


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