Well I have noticed two painful lumps in both my armpits, by my lymph nodes, it started out super tiny and i didn't think much of it and it was it painful at all. then a couple weeks later it increased in size and got very painful so i told my mom and we went to the doctor. he said for use to get a z-ray of it he said i don't know what it is but it should go away soon. he prescribe antibiotics so i took them and they went away. they did but they came back but super small and painful. i told my mom again so we waited it out to see what it would happen it got worse and so we went to a better doctor and he said it was a growth of breast tissue, but i still wasn't sure he said it would be gone in month or two. so it has been a little over 3 months and it has gotten to the point where they are larger than a quarter size and extremely painful. You can see it by barley looking at it and it huts to lift my arms. it is increasing size everyday and has produced some type of yeast infection and a funny gross smell help i have no other resources What do you think i have?
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