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I had an MRI that shows he has an injury to rotate cuff rupture of a tendon in his right arm. I am the right hand. I've been living with this since the end of February and going to physical therapy. I have about 50 to 60 percent of the use my right arm. My surgeon told me if not undergo surgery, shoulder and arm does not work the same again. I really do not want surgery. I have to go through all the things I did until now, after surgery. I live alone. It was difficult to comb hair, dress, etc. for myself and have already been through that and now we can do alone, ok There are some things I still can not do. I have pain, but they refuse drugs. I do not want to get addicted. Should I go without surgery or not? I have until September to decide. Thank you. If it helps, I am a woman of 55 years. I'm pretty strong, too.

If you do not have the surgery, you will have the poor use of his arm dominant forever. If you are having surgery, you are limited for some time while recovering and going through PT, but receive most or all of their functions. You have much time to live with the outcome. Want to keep intentionally disabled for the next 20-30 years? Or do you want a more active life. You can get some home health care to help during the recovery if necessary. You can get a surgical opinion if you like, to feel better about their choice.

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