I have a lump mass on my left collar bone. It is about the size of a half dollar and it is not painful. I had noticed it 8 months ago. For sometime I've had other unusual symtoms (symptoms) like fatigue, bone and joint pain. Flu like symtoms (symptoms) that come and go. I have not seen a doctor yet because I have no insurance. I just tell myself hopefully its nothing to be worried about.
Hi. That lump near your left collar one may be an inflamed lymph node from a lingering infection (flu-like symptoms, fatigue, bone and joint pain). However, you do need to see a doctor to make sure it isn't anything serious. If your symptoms have persisted or have been recurrent over the past eight months, I really think you should be seen by a doctor.
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