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Fatty Lump In Arm
Small pea size lump on upper outer arm it's been there about 1 yr gp said its ok just fatty lump I have 2 hairs growing from it, itchy sometimes?
As long as it's not: Hrowing or changing color it should simply be monitored by your physician ...Read more
Lump under right arm fatty area? Hard, painful, none movable, red-purple tent, internal & raised above skin level, burning & sharp radiating pains
Infection: Heat. If doesn't resolve see md to see if antibiotics or further workup needed. ...Read more
I had a lump in my arm. I got it removed and the doctor said that it was a fatty lump. Now I have more in my legs. He didn't send the lump for biopsy. What should I do?
Have these taken out:
If you are concerned ask doctors to take one out and send to lab for pathology report
as a rule most tissues removed are sent for histology. Most fatty lumps called lipoma are not removed always. ...Read more
Feel pebble like lumps in fatty areas in upper arms, thighs, and stomach. Normal?? Terrified of pancreatic cancer.
Get seen: Thanks for clarifying. If they are actually rock-hard, it's worth an exam as this is a warning of the rare acinar carinoma that produces lipase. You'd feel sick. If they are merely the ordinary septa that one feels in healthy fat, ignore them. Many people, especially women, have their fat divided by fibrous septa as "gynoid lipodystrophy" -- your own fears make a doctor's visit worthwhile. ...Read more
I'm an overweight female and I have an area on my arm that looks like the fat has made a separate lump. Bruised looking. It is soft and achy at times.
Needs to be seen: To know what it might be, it needs to be seen - probably in person to feel it as well. It could be a fatty cyst of no danger, but you may be wise to call for an examination. Best wishes! ...Read more
I have a lump in the fat of my lower stomach ''the pooch'' if you will. I also have a lump in the fat of my arm by the elbow. The lumps have not grown?
Fatty Lumps?: Abdominal "pouch" is a collection of defuse fatty deposits vs the elbow fat most likely is a lipoma. Best to see your PMD for referral to PS for evaluation and surgical options. ...Read more
Fat & lumps: You can not spot lose fat. If you have actual lumps - would recommend medical evaluation of these. ...Read more
Hello doctor... My Left side breast is bigger than right...there are no lumps, no pain, no discharge, it looks connected to under arm fat.....wht it?
Normal: One breast is normally always bigger than the other after development as Mother Nature never gets it exactly even. The breasts have an "axillary tail" that runs into the arm pit normally and is connected by a ligament called Cooper's, thus the term" Cooper's droop" for sagging breasts later in life. ...Read more
Breastfeeding 3 month old. 30 lbs overweight. Felt arm pit side and noticed very glandular tissue, almost like tiny fat lobules on side of armpit into my armpit. Doesn't feel like one lump but rather all kind of soft/lumpy there. Is this fat tissue?
Blood flow: Simply the presence of blood flow in a mass doesn't mean much other than it is not a fluid filled structure/cyst, which wouldn't have internal flow. It confirms that it is solid, but little else. ...Read more
There's a spot on my armpit, if you press down it hurts like a painful pimple but I can't see or feel a pimple, there's a lump but I think it's my fat?
Likely a pimple or: A sebaceous cyst. Fat is not likely to hurt. Pimples or sebaceous cysts occur commonly in the axilla or armpit. It is not a good idea to try and squeeze it as you could make it break open below the skin and then you will have a worse problem. Immediate simple and safe things to do would be apply a warm pack to the area. These can calm down and resolve on their own. ...Read more
Hidradenitis: This could be a condition called hidradenitis if it looks like an abscess or infection. Another possible cause could be a lymph node. Any lumps that may be abnormally enlarged lymph nodes should always be evaluated. Hidradenitis may be treated with conservative care such as antibiotics, but may also require surgical incision. ...Read more
Folliculitis?: You will need to see your family doctor. "painful lumps" could be abscesses. You will likely need antibiotics. Go to your doctor for an exam. Allergic reactions may also be a possibility. Fungal infections also may present this way. ...Read more
Many things: A bump must be seen and examined in person to be able to give a better idea what it is or isn't. If it's worse, changes, or not improved in the next few weeks, go ahead to a doctur. ...Read more
Recommend: Medical assessment unless it resolved.Get a more detailed answer ›
Prob lymph node: Hi its prob a lymph node would go to ur dr to check it out could also be lipoma or seb cyst but most common ln and get mammography. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on the size & how long they have been there. There are lymph nodes in your arm pits that can swell if you have an infection. Nodes may be swollen even if you do not feel any symptoms because your immune system is fighting the infection without you realizing it. Swollen nodes are usually tender. If hard/painless or are concerned see your dr because it could be something more serious. ...Read more
See your doctor: Having these types of symptoms can best be solved by having your doctor perform a thorough evaluation. Only through this type of process can he/she discover what's going on and how best to help you. ...Read more
If it bothers you...: Anytime someone asks if s/he should go see a doctor, the answer is typically yes b/c there are many things we can't take into account online, certainly not in 400 characters. At the very least, some sort of online video is reasonable such as Virtual Consult. With that said, if lump is in armpit after shaving, most likely this is ingrown hair. But if no pain & shaving, then worry about lymph nodes. ...Read more
PCM: You can start with your primary care provider (family physician). He or she was assess and determine if you need to be referred to a specialist. ...Read more
It might be: The armpit is the location of normal lymph nodes, and they become more noticeable when they are enlarged associated with infection or tumor. If you have had an infection nearby, this could explain it. However, the safest thing to do is see your doctor right away for a thorough examination. Then whether or not a biopsy is needed will be determined. Best wishes:) ...Read more
See a doctor: The lump could be a lymph node, an infection, a cysts or some other growth. Go see a doctor for an accurate diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Spreading infection:: Time to stop squeezing and get examined and treated. Your infection is spreading into the lymph nodes in your axillary area. ...Read more
Lymph nodes: (by under arm I am assuming armpit) what you are describing sounds like lymph nodes. They can be swollen due to different reasons - most commonly swells in setting of an infection (viral or bacterial) or a more concerning cause can be indications of lymphoma. talk with your doctor if it persists. ...Read more
Abnormal Lymph node: Enlargement and pain commonly results from infection, immune response or other causes. Therefore, the direct clinical examination is essential for diagnosis. See your PCP first. ...Read more
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