Recently, I had an ultrasound performed on my breasts due to lumps. My doctor called me to tell me to have it performed again in three months, along with a Mammogram.
I am very concerned because now I multiple bb size lumps have developed under my skin on top and under my arms and skin on my chest. These bb size lumps are in clusters that are uncountable. Some are painful, while others are not. Some feel bigger, some can be pinched, some are hard, and others are soft.
Can these clusters be related to the lumps in my breast and what are they?
Additionally, I have been feeling very malice and in pain. A pain that is sort of indescribable; the pain is like soreness from extreme workouts, but bad enough to keep me from sleeping or feeling comfortable.
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