I am wondering if anyone can tell me what i might be experiencing.I am only 30 years old.Right now for the past few days I have had like sharp/throbbing pain that comes and goes under my left arm under the armpit area.I do not feel any lumps at all,no other symptoms,breathing just fine.I am just wondering if this is something I should see a doctor about.The only other thing is I did start my monthly cycle and was 5 days late and heavier than normal.Please if anyone has had the same pain or knows anything about these sypmtomes,please let me know.I don't want to get all worried and worked up.Thanks.
I am having similar pain also under my left armpit area. However, I do feel a lump and I have been sent for xrays. Some things my doctor said it could be...
1. a cyst
2. a tumor
3. an infected gland
4. too much caffiene(believe it or not)
I hope this helps and I would see a doctor just to be sure.
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