I have recently had a mammogram and was given a thumbs up! I have however ,got several tiny,pea size lumps under my right arm and only one lump under my left arm. A few months back during a physical,I mentioned these lumps to my Dr. and she felt around and thought they were cord like(whatever that meant). They are very painful to touch. I first noticed the lumps due to feeling like my shirt was twisted around my upper arm,I would check my sleeve and it would be fine and yet still the pain. I have felt around and have found 5-6 area that are quite painful to touch under my right arm and one down my arm,about on my bicep muscle. I wonder about Lymphoma and whether or not I should have another mammogram or different test to check it out. They are very sore and have me very worried. Help!
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