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Breast Pain Near Armpit
Breast pain is common. It is typically experienced during the menstrual period. Pain can range from mild tenderness, burning, dull ache, sharp or stabbing. It can be experienced in 1 or both breasts. Fibrocystic changes is the most common cause of breast pain. Hormonal medications (birth control, hormones) can cause pain as well. Infection ...Read more
What's wrong with me? I'm having breast pain, and pain under my armpits, headaches, and swelling of lymph nodes?
Nonspecific: At this time the symptoms are nonspecific but could be due to a viral infection which should run its course in several days. Call your physician for an examination if symptoms persist or worsen. ...Read more
Mild Fibroadenosis, mild, dull pain on and off in right armpit and right upper breast since day 10 of this cycle. Is this cyclical breast pain?
I am 19-year-old female and for the last few months I have been having breast pain and also under my armpit. Pain has gotten worse over time. ?
Please see your: doctor. They should be able to examine you and properly diagnose and treat you if necessary. They may need some lab work also. ...Read more
Can an armpit boil cause breast pain? It looks like a pimple. And some have black centers. There not very big. I had just one for 5 years
Can an infected armpit cyst cause upper chest and breast pain. The meds i was on took the cyst down to the size it was five years ago when i first fel?
Yes: Make sure you took the abx for the full course. Sometimes, with enlargement of a cyst in an area that is very innervated, may cause referred pain into chest/breast. Now that you've taken your abx and the cyst is smaller and not inflamed, it's a good time to consider surgical removal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi I have occasional burning and itching and pain in right breast pain and nipple and armpit and all over that right sided area
Can an infected armpit cyst cause breast pain. Im taking clindamycin 150 mg 2 pills x aday. Last dose is tonite. How long b4 the pain is gone?
Pain: This subjective phenomenon (pain) can be a result of persistent infection, pressure of an expanding lesion on surrounding tissues, irritation of a nerve root, or may be due to something else. Would contact the doctor who treated you with Clindamycin and have them reexamine you. You should be clearing up shortly, but if in substantial pain, go see them. ...Read more