I have a irritation under my left arm at the side of my breast. I can't feel a lump and I do regular breast exam. It feels like an irritation yet I don't see any sort of rash. I do wear underwire bras. Should I see my GYN or my primary care physician?
Mon, 22 Oct 2018
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I am 63 years now. Underwent a angioplasty 5 years back and under medicines since then and undergo periodic check up with the cardiologists. It was going well after each check up.The medicines I take are clopivas Ap-75, Avas 30, natrilix 10, minipress 5, cilacar 10 for controlling BP, cholestrol etc. Since the last one month a muscle pain is developing in my left arm ( location changes from armpit to down elbow and further below. The pain is not there or rather disappear if I lie down for sometime. Hence during sleep there is no issue. The problem is seen in day time when I am active. The pain is irritating. Why this pain and let me know what I need to do.
I get regular swelling on my right and left arm pit which also becomes red and breaks after a week or so. It irritates and pains a lot too and when it breaks, a lot of puss comes out. It is coming on a regular basis nowadays, I was having severe problems of sinusitis in the past 6 months which is now under control. Is the swelling a symptom of lymphadenitis? Can you please tell me whats the remedy and the possible causes for it? and Which specialist doctor can I consult for the same? Thanks and Appreciate the help.
hello, i am a 41 year old mother of three and i noticed a little bump under myright arm lately. whenever i touch it or massage it , release gas through my mouth. I also find it irritates me, perhaps because I shaved a few weeks ago and there is new growth in that area, but I just find it a little annoying, when i get a scappy feeling underarm. My right arm arm also feels a little heavy sometimes. I do have flabby arms and weigh 75 kg. I wondered if you could tell me what the little bump can be, . It feels soft and though hardly noticeable, it feels a little annoying. thank you