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Lump in armpits, no pain, breast pain. On bacterial medication. Suggestion?

my age is 31 female 198lbs i have a lump in my arm pit its about 11/2 inches across its been there for 5 months gets smaller and then bigger usually its alot smaller than this and its never been this big it wasn't painful until it started growing now its very painful to just move my arm and it radiates pain through my left breast to my was hard but is now warm and fluid filed been to the doc a few times and they do not do anything but put me on bacterial meds im tired of can i get relief from it
Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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your case requires evaluation.
The lump you are having in your armpit might be enlarge lymph node now getting infected giving rise to problem.
It might have connection with your breast as now you started pain in your left breast.
you may require Mammography to rule out any pathology in your breast.
Consult Gynaec and get your breasts thoroughly.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Mon, 1 Jul 2013
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