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Lump On Arm After Shooting Drug
My arm hurts really badly. It generally hurts worse after a wake up. It has a small hard roundish lump in the crook of my arm. The pain shoots up?
I have a hard lump in my right armpit and it hurts. It grew very large in the past week and I have some mild shooting pain in my arm what is it?
Several Things: You need to see a dr. It could be an enlarged lymph node. It could be an infected sweat or sebaceous gland. The inflammation probably is affecting the nerves going into your arm which pass thru the armpit. It is going to take an examination and some investigation to sort out your problem. ...Read more
I have a pain in my elbow shooting to my wrist? There is a small lump about one inch above my elbow towards the outside of my arm that is painful.
I have a mole that has been painful for about a week today it came out left massive creater with a large lump underneath. Pain is shooting down arm.
Need to examine: It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining you and your symptoms warrant evaluation by a physician. ...Read more
Large lump at the top of my arm, with intermittent shooting pain through my elbow and wrist. Can a lipoma cause pain or is this something more?
I see a lump on my upper arm more when I turn it elbow facing down palm up. In the past I was told its a lipoma now shooting arm pain what's next help?
Doc, check it again: Shooting pain down the arm is the focus of what needs to be evaluated. It may relate to the lipoma. A lipoma, collections of fatty tissue under the skin, may occur in multiple areas of skin. If it changes size, or quality or becomes tender, it should be removed, because there may be a cancerous change in some cells. Shoot pain down arm and lipoma may be distinct problems, have both checked out. ...Read more
Extensor Carpi Radialis longus (inside forearm arm) muscle small knot? Longish-lump, tension? Pain when flexing wrist shoots to upper arm
Lump in muscle: Should be evaluated certainly could be any number of benign condition are benign tumor or muscle strain or injury but there's also the possibility that it something more like a sarcoma which is rAre. But not unheard of It's more notable if it's a lump in a muscle if it's truly within the muscle than which muscle one thinks it is. It is in the forearm. ...Read more
Alot of my veins have become rock hard in my arms and hard lumps also. Yes I use to be a IV drug user. Will those go away or seek attn. I have checked it out and the blood I drew out wuz dark and sludge like
See your doctor: People who have extensively injected into their veins may develop clots and scarring to the point where it blocks all of the superficial veins in their body. Some IV addicts end up injecting into their neck to hit the jugular veins after they use up all the others. See your doctor for an evaluation. It is unusual for superficial clotting to have any major health consequences, but can cause edema. ...Read more
Iv drug user. Hit a nerve on inner elbow. Now have a red sore lump on my upper arm near arm pit on inside. Should I be concerned. I have stopped using?
Where to turn? Muscles wasting rapidly, lumps in collar bone, neck, arms it's and hard bone like mass in thigh. Treated as drug seeker (I'm not!!)
I have a lump on back of my wrist that changes in size daily. Also weakness in that hand, occasional shooting pain in forearm. What could this be?
Ganglion Cyst: This lump could be a cyst. These can be surgical removed. Draining is difficult and will only provide temporary relief. Discuss with you doc or see a hand surgeon. ...Read more
Iv drug user with small hard lumps w/bruising along veins in forearm no pain but numb/tingle in fingers often. They are not abcesses so what are they?
Hematomas: With injection drug use -there is a small trauma to the skin/soft tissues/veins each time. Sometimes there could be bleeding under the skin after an injection- that will form a small hematoma or blood bruise. It will shrink down over time and become fibrotic-so you're probably feeling those. An abscess occurs when that becomes infected and it's a big throbbing mass of bacteria. Hope u can get help ...Read more
Maybe infected: Lumps in the armpit skin of a teen or adult can be due to ingrown hairs or blocked oil (sebaceous) glands. Occasionally, they are blocked pores, filling up with dead skin cells. If the lumps hurt, they may be infected...And would need antibiotics or need to be cut open by a doctor, depending on how they look. Lumps deeper in the armpit may be enlarged lymph nodes, which can be infection or cancer. ...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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