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Donated blood . Presence of blood blister rash around the needle site, itching. Presence of small lump in the armpit. Can these two be related?

Hi, I donated blood approximately five days ago and I have developed an unusual blood blister rash around the needle site that itches some, I have given blood before and this has never happened. Also I noticed today for the first time a small lump in the armpit of that same arm that I hadn t noticed prior. Can you please give me some advice as to what s up and if I need to see someone about it and if the two things are related? Thanks, Ellie
Asked On : Sun, 27 May 2012
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Welcome to Healthcaremagic.

It is probably Phlebitis what you suffering from .This most commonly seen due to puncture with unsterilised needs or uncleaned surfaces during needle piercing.

I would suggest you to consult your treating doctor who after examination ascertains the fact and puts you on essential antibiotics which will help.

Wish you good health.
Answered: Sun, 27 May 2012
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