I've been having throbbing pain running up and down my left arm for the past 5 days. In the first 2 days, I was feeling a pinching sensation in my left boob. This time last year I had the same throbbing pains in my left arm, I was told by a GP to get physiotherapy which I did, apparently I had a trapped nerve which was affecting my arm. I'm worried the pain may be linked to my lymph nodes. I also get bumps in my armpits that come and go. What could be causing the pain and the bumps ? Should I see a GP as soon as possible? Will I need an Xray?
The white bumps under your skin can be caused by a sebaceous gland cyst, or a curved hair follicle that digs back into the skin however they are benign and nothing to worry about. Do you feel enlarged lymph nodes in your arm pit area. You should listen to your physician often we tend to make more of this than it is and we can get ourselves very worked up over the worst possible diagnosis. If you had swollen lymph nodes and a reason for concern, you would be feeling lumps under your arm pits where your lymph nodes are in that area. I would go get examined by your GP making him aware of your concerns so he can check it out.
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