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Intermittent Armpit Symptoms
I have small lum in armpit dr says not lymphnode no other smptoms it is moveable firm in the morning then gets lil softer what could it be 31 yr old?
I have pain on my left chest wall below armpit. No other symptoms for two days. What would cause it?
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Muscular?: Had any physical activity that strained the muscle ? ...Read more
Hello since yesterday I have been experiencing moderate soreness in my left armpit. I have no other symptoms. It this abnormal?
Armpit: Armpit soreness is common. Most commonly shaving and self care can cause problems. If a lump or redness is present, see a physician. ...Read more
Yes: If you don't have an obvious boil that could explain this you should get checked. This is not a common symptom. Your doctor can check for swollen lymph nodes. ...Read more
Armpit pain: Not uncommon, especially if hairy area. Results from irritation of hair follicles or blockage, usually from dampness or sweating. Have it looked at. ...Read more
Common: The armpit (axilla) has a lot going on in a small space...All the muscles, blood vessels, and nerves that connect the arm to the torso traverse this space, there are a lot of lymph nodes, plus there are many specialized skin glands. Axillary pain can be related to any of these structures. If there are no obvious "lumps" or areas of swelling, it is usually of musculoskeletal origin. ...Read more
May be related: Most people have very mild expressions of nf1. Arm pit freckling is one manifestation and may be isolated without developing any other manifestations. Freckling or small spots associated with nf occur on parts of the skin that are not exposed to sunlight people who have chronically exposed armpits to sun and sunburn may have freckling. ...Read more
I have a bump by the side of my left armpit but it's only there when I lift my arm up and feel it it's not visible no other symptoms ?
There are 3 common: causes of bumps in the axillary (armpit) area. One is a clogged sweat gland. Another is an enlarged lymph node (lymphadenopathy). A third is an abscess in the hair follicle (folliculitis or furuncle). Because each of these has a different cause and significance, I strongly recommend that you have this checked out by a medical professional. Dr. Anne. ...Read more
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