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Why do I have swollen lymph nodes under my left arm ? What are its causes and possible treatment ?

I have swollen limpth node under my left arm.what s that a symptom of. My present help it is I have a peacemaker Diphibulator Implant That I ve had for 2 years my ejection fracture on my heart is 30 percent\
Asked On : Fri, 2 Sep 2011
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lymph nodes can be enlarged as a reactive mechanism to various conditions like infection to malignancy.
it is enlarged in the conditions stated above affecting the organ it drains respectively.
i would advise you to get a complete health check done with a mammograph done.
however if the nodes are tender and painful it would be more due to an infection.
if the symptoms worsen cann your emergency number.
i hope i have answered your query.
contact us at HCM in case of further query
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