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My Armpit Burns
I have had this cyst under my left armpit. I was recently itching it and it popped under the skin is that bad? It still burns if i touch it.
Since Dec L thyroid shrunk 4.7 to 3.9cm. r thyroid grew 4.2 to 5.1cm. neck burns & hurts!! Pain n chest & L armpit lymphs. Drs ignoring. Plz help?
Ignoring: Sorry to see this. Please have your family or friends recommend a better doctor for you! Please let me know that things are OK with change of doctor. ...Read more
Can us always diagnose suspicious mass in armpit? Area of left axillary looks black, feels hard/rubbery, burns, us was "normal". No other tests done.
My daughter is 11 and has lil blisters under her armpit that have popped open and now look like cigarette burns can you tell me what it is?
See Your Doctor: Your 11 yr. old daughter has blisters in her armpit. Blistering rashes have numerous causes. Having them confined to her armpit is an unusual location and could be caused by local exposure to an irritant, infections, or even poison ivy through touching the area. Because rashes are difficult to diagnose without visual inspection, your daughter should see her doctor for correct diagnosis. ...Read more
My boyfriend has a rash growing underneath his left armpit and is spreading to his right one. There no lumps or anything just kind of red, and he says it burns
Hi. : Hi. I cannot diagnose the reason for the rash in your boyfriendâ€™s underarm. What are possible reasons? Has he started using a new soap or deodorant that he might be reacting to? Is he wearing clothes that fit tight at the underarm and are causing friction? If either of these might be the culprit, stop using the new product or try wearing clothes that are looser near the armpit. Wearing clothes that are made of natural fabric like cotton may also be beneficial as it will allow for better ventilation. Good hygiene is also important. Ensure that the arm is dried off well after washing. If his rash does not improve with these suggestions, he could have a fungal infection. Because the underarm is moist, warm and does not get much air, it is the perfect place for a fungus to grow. He may need to see his doctor to be evaluated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer