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Mammogram said bilateral axillary lymphadenopathy with preserved fatty hilum. Breast pain?

hello, first i got breast pain. i checked mamogram. result shows bilateral axillary lymphadenopathy with preserved fatty hilum - insignificant . doctor says nothing problem in mamogram. adviced following medicines cap. keeclox L T. ketanev t.ranitin B long yesterday i got chest pain . today i am feeling vomiting sensation. i dont know what a problem i have .. please help me in this regard
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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Dear Kalpana, welcome to HCM.

a normal mammogram rules out any tumour.

but the axillary lymph nodes are enlarged.

this is most commonly due to common infections, or TB and lastly cancerous.

a physical palpation gives us the clue as to what it could be.

they are treated with antibiotics for 1-2 weeks to see if the decrease.

if not, a biopsy and other appropriate investigations are done.

you are on an antibiotic and an anti-inflammatory medicine for the same.

you could be having gastritis.

is there any other symptom?

pl. follow up with your doctoerand act accordingly.

keep me updated .

good luck!
Answered: Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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