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Heroine Use And Swollen Arms
Many things: It is very hard to say without more history. Swelling can be from an allergic reaction to something you came in contact with or to a food, medication, etc. If associated with joint pain it could be related to an arthritis. It could be normal from exertion or even heat. Some medical conditions can result in swelling. If it continues or worsens get a history and exam done to help make a diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My young niece aged 14 has developed lymphs in legs and arms they are also painful and swollen (any diagnosis)?
I woke up to a painful bump under my armpit. It have grown in size and really painful. I noticed now all under my under arms are swollen. Whats wrong?
I went out last night and drank a couple of beers i was ok until today when i woke up and my arms were red ichy and swollen. Is that an alergic react?
Urticaria: Yes, you may be allergic to one of the ingredients in the beer. ...Read more
Hello! I started working out about a month ago, which I have not done in years. I noticed my lymph nodes were swollen under both arms, that went awa?
See your doc: Your very brief description suggests a rheumatologic or arthritic condition. Depending on your age there are varying differential diagnosis for your symptoms. Have yourself checked by your primary care physician and if needed a referral to a specialist like a rheumatologist may be made. ...Read more
Hydradenitis?: Worst case scenario here would be something called "hydradenitis suppurations", which could be a significant and stubborn infection. You should be evaluated for this locally. You may need antibiotics. ...Read more
Very painful red swollen under arm rash. This is the second time I've had it in four months. Last time it was both under arms. Any thoughts?
I worked out we did push-up with our hands on parallel bars my arms swelled up I could not move them. But now I my skin is swollen what is this?
Tendonitis?: Sound like inflammation of the muscles, tendons in your arms. Swelling likely swelling in the tendon sheaths from the overuse. Ice to affected areas (20-30 min on/off) rest of areas affected and anti-inflammatory (ibuprofen or naproxen-if no reason NOT to use them) should help. Should be better in 3-5 days. If not, see healthcare provider. Hope this helps and go easy next time. Best of luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers