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Lump On Upper Arm Symptoms
How long should it take for the swelling from phenergan (promethazine) IM to subside? Lump on upper arm present 4weeks, last 5 days pain below the area too. Thanks
Concerned: Normally after an injection a small area can swell but should rapidly subside. If you have had it for 4 weeks it is possible you are having an infection or reaction. Please see a doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more
What are those lump/hump feeling parts of the side/back outer upper arm. One on each upper arm in the same place?
Hard to say - lipoma: These could be lipomas. This would be my first consideration. You can discuss this with your physicians. ...Read more
Hi, um I have a hard lump under my skin on my upper arm and then their one more starting to developed what is this ?
Needs evaluation: Individual diagnoses are beyond the scope of this forum; HealthTap Prime or a doctor's office are needed to do that properly. In the case of diagnosing a hard lump under the skin, nothing beats the ability to feel it on physical exam in an office. ...Read more
Painless movable lump under the upper arm pit that shrinks sometimes and then swell sometimes noticed about 4 months ago?
Armpit lump: hello ~ this is most likely a small lymph node in the arm-pit and you have a low grade infection in the axilla (aka hidradenitis). If you shave the hair in your armpit, stop for a good 2 -3 weeks to allow infection to heal and if it gets worse go and see a Dr to get some antibiotics.thanks ...Read more
Skin Bumps: There are a number skin conditions that cause lumps and bumps to appear on the surface or just below the skin. The most common ones are lister below: skin cysts, cherry angioma, dermatofibromas, epidermoid cysts, folliculitis, keratoacanthoma, keratosis pilaris, lipomas, neurofibromas. ...Read more
Right upper arm has a small
Lump not painful . Been there approx 6 months . What is it likley to be?
Possible Lipoma: Lipomas are benign fatty tumors. They tend to feel firm or rubbery, are mobile, and are always non-tender. They do not tend to resolve on their own. They do not require treatment unless they are causing discomfort.. Seek medical attention if lump increases in size or becomes painful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer