The Cause Of The Appearance Of Lumps In The Armpit?
tonight I want to ask my diketoak there is a lump. Yep, the lump doesn’t look prominent if we don’t touch it so it’s a lump in the flesh. strangely the lump when I want to appear my body is all sick, weak, dizzy, nauseous and very painful .. the lump only appears for 3 days and the entr waning itself and if I’m tired it appears again .. but the lump moves “the place is sometimes right and sometimes left .. sometimes in the middle of the armpits, up or down like that … what disease is that? I’ve been experiencing it for the last 6 months .. r nbntu
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Lumps that appear in the armpits that appear when the body is not in prime condition, namely when tiredness, weakness, aches, dizziness, and nausea, most likely indicate lymphadenitis, which is inflammation of the lymph nodes.
Lymph nodes (lymph nodes) are a part of the human immune system. In this gland, white blood cells stop and multiply to ward off infections in the body. However, often times, these lymph nodes themselves can also become infected, for example due to tuberculosis, HIV, syphilis, cytomegalovirus, and so on.
Inflammation of the lymph nodes, apart from occurring due to infection of the lymph nodes itself, can also occur due to the spread of inflammation to other organs whose lymphatic drainage leads to these lymph nodes. For example, if swollen lymph nodes are in the armpit area, then the possibility of infection could also originate in the head, neck, arms, or chest area.
Various complaints that you experience, such as fatigue, weakness, aches, dizziness, and nausea can also be part of this inflammation. Often times, sufferers can also experience decreased appetite, drastic weight loss, and other complaints.
Not only lymphadenitis, you can also experience lumps in your armpits due to other causes, for example boils, acne (acne vulgaris), lymphoma, leukemia, cat scratch skin infections, warts, sebaceous cysts, dermoid cysts, lipomas, sarcomas , abscesses, and so on. Distinguishing each of these possibilities should be done directly in consultation with a doctor or surgeon. If deemed necessary, further examinations, such as biopsy, x-rays, blood tests, ultrasound, and so on can doctors recommend to you so that treatment can be done with the right target. Depending on the cause of the lump, treatment will be varied, such as administering medication, surgery, and so on.
At this time, we recommend that you do not press or give any treatment to the lumps that appear if your doctor does not prescribe them directly. Compress the lump with warm water so that it doesn't feel pain. Increase your endurance, namely by exercising a lot, eating foods rich in vitamin C and other sources of nutrition, don't smoke, don't take drugs carelessly, and sleep more regularly (don't stay up late).
Hope it helps ..