So at the beginning of August I heard/felt a little snap in my left shoulder while doing push ups. Anyway, the doctor said I had "bursitis" and I stayed away from weights for 3 months. I know that's longer than advised but I didn't wanna fuck around with my shoulder.
Anyway, I got back to training mid-November the the first two weeks were great. Started re-gaining the size I lost, feeling good, no pain, no injury, and everything was cool. I stayed away from bench press entirely though. I stuck with DB bench, flys, etc. I did light weight military presses just to get the strength back and I seemed fine. No pain, no nothing so I slowly increased the weight. I only worked shoulders once per week and was still pretty paranoid.
Last week I decided to BENCH PRESS and well...the problem is back. I still have full mobility with no pain (as a result of movement) but I have this weird dull pain when waking up in the morning and in the middle of the night. Its weird. I can still lift but when idle...its just this low-key throb. I dont know how else to explain it.
Anyway, I have an MRI scheduled for Monday but I wanted to see if anyone in the Nation had anything similar just so I'm ready for the worst. I really hope its not some bullshit where I cant train for a few more months.