Is bilateral axillary lymph nodes very serious...Does it leads to cancer.?

Can be of concern. If you have enlarged lymph nodes in both axillary areas, you need to be evaluated by your doctor to determine if it is due to infection, inflammation, or cancer. There is no reason to panic but you should not ignore this condition.

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Is it possible for breast cancer to cause bilateral axillary lymph nodes enlargement?

Axillary adenopathy. It would be very unlikely that breast CA would cause symmetrical and bilateral lymphnode swelling. Sounds much more likely to be an infectious/viral process. Read more...

My left axillary lymph nodes are enlarged. I have no cancer and HIV symptoms. What are the other reasons?

Enlarged lymphnodes. Lymph nodes are filters on the lymphatic channel. They act like barriers to anything the body might wish to contain...Cancer, infection, and some autoimmune diseases. If you have an infection 'down stream' the nodes will catch the infection and protect your body from the organism. Definitely get them checked out...Your body is fighting something. Best to listen to it. Read more...
See you PCP. Enlarged ancillary nodes can be related to an infection, other benign reasons as well as cancer. It is something you absolutely need to have checked by a physician. Some cancers do not cause symptoms other than lymph node enlargement. Read more...