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Lumps In Underarm
I have big lumps in underarms since 10years.gets filled with milk on first days of breast feeding.stil have those lumps.have 5 kids.33years old.
Breast Tissue: Your breast tissue , the tail of your breast is located in your axilla. This is likely what you are feeling, especially since it fills with milk while breast feeding. It would be a good idea to visit your doctor and make sure everything is normal as you describe it as "big lumps". ...Read more
Don't guess-get exam: While lumps of the underarm could be swollen lymph nodes, cysts, folliculitis, hidradenitis, abscesses, etc., you do not want to misjudge and ignore early breast cancer. While breast cancer would not be the most likely cause, this is potentially so serious you should not self diagnose. The other possibilities have treatments that could relieve your discomfort. So why suffer? See you doctor. Now. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm 24 weeks pregnant and have several painful lumps on both underarms. Started on right side and now my left armpit has them & are red. Is it normal?
Not normal: Please see your obstetrician. Take care.Get a more detailed answer ›
Been experiencing soreness and a little burning in my breast and underarms lately. Have had lumps underarm for several years but no pain until recent?
Thoughts...: Often times, soreness in that area, especially if it's symmetric, is caused by bra's and other restrictive garments. However, any lumps, painful or not, should be evaluated by your doctor. Before the visit, try to see if there is any relation to your menstrual cycle and be on the lookout for any abnormal discharge. Best of luck to you! ...Read more
I have a quarter size lump on my groin,Hurts too touch.it showed up before I shaved & I have two lumps on my underarm now.std or lymph node?wont pop.
I have red lumps on my underarms. Sometimes they are small and red with ingrown hair and sometimes they are big and painful. I use an electric razor.
Folliculitis: Electric razors used under the arms can pull too much and give some people ingrown hair and infected follicles. Use some neosporin (or see your doctor if they are still active) as they can become an infection with bacteria. I would try another hair removal method at the moment. ...Read more