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Causes Of Swollen Forearm
I haven swollen tumours on my left forearm it does not cause any pain...Is it cancer...It does not cause ani pain... ?
Needs an examination: You need to see your physician or primary care to examine you and discern what the swelling actually is. It might be an infection, a benign non cancerous fat tumors such as lipomas but cancerous tumors would be on the differential. All the above causes can cause painless swellings, again would stress you to see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was next to a bird of paradise plant. Several hours later i noticed welts swelling and my forearm swollen. Will plant cause this if scratched ?
See: See dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
What would cause sudden onset of noticeable swelling in left calf of leg and left forearm? No pain, just continuously swollen for 4-5 days. No injury
I've discovered a swollen ball on my left forearm that is hot n tender with a slight bruise. This morning it went a little numb. What could cause this?
Requires exam: Get to a physician and get it examined. ...Read more
What cause my hands and forearms to be severely swollen for 5 days? Ultra sound shows that I do not have dvt.
I have a lump in my left forearm close 2 elbow. Seen my doc and was told it ws swollen due 2 infection gv me antibioic. Wat causes infec is it serious?
My forearm has been hurting for a week.. From the elbow to my wrist.. It feels swollen and very painful. What could this be?
Forearm pain: Any numbness or tingling is arm & 4th & 5th fingers? Any history of injury to elbow? Do u rest elbows on hard surface often? May be ulnar nerve compression or entrapment. See fp or neurologist for exam & testing. Try using NSAID for pain & inflammation; apply ice off & on; avoid resting elbows on firm surfaces. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have 2 insect bites, 1 on my back 1 on my forearm, both swollen and itchy, i have had them for over 6 weeks now! Not painful at all?
Insect bites: BrendanC, 6 weeks seems like quite a long time for insect bites to heal, although this is possible if you are scratching them frequently which can delay healing. Mosquito or spider bites can take a while to heal and can often leave a small lump in the tissue with darkening of the skin which resolves over time. If you have increasing size, redness or pain, you should see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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