Hello, I am a 24 year old female... I have been having lots of aches all through my body... Mainly my hips and lower back and legs. I also have a gigantic lump in my left arm pit, that is so painful sometimes it hurts to move my arm at all even writing things... I had the lump about a month ago and it went away on its own... But now it's back and worse than before, it is basically taking up my whole armpit at this point. At times I also have shooting pains around my nipple on my left breast.
I have a history in my family including breast cancer, and rhumatoid arthritis... I have no family doctor right now, and no one is accepting new patients... My only option is redi-med which I doubt will do much for this. Any suggestions would be great. I'm terrified of what this could be.
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