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Red rash in underarms. Axillary lymphnodes swollen. What should I do?

My dad has a red rash under his armpit and it continues across his stomache. There are no bug bites and he has no allergies towards anything. His Axillary lymph nodes are swollen on one side where the rash is. He went to the doctor and they weren t able to diagnose what was wrong based on looking at the rash. He says it burns but doesn t itch . Any ideas?
Asked On : Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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it must be burning due to compromised circulation. try manual lymphatic drainage massage daily.. once circulation is restored the symptoms should subside
Answered: Thu, 19 Jun 2014
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