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An armpit lump usually refers to the enlargement of at least one of the lymph nodes under your arm. Lymph nodes are small, oval-shaped glands that are located throughout the body. Armpit lumps may be caused by cysts, infection, or irritation due to shaving or antiperspirant use.
Common ways to help ease or prevent armpit pain include
Warm Water Treatment
1. Soak the towel in hot water and wring out the excess.
2. Place this on the affected armpit for 10 to 15 minutes.
Olive oil or coconut oil massage the armpit area. Massage for a few minutes.
Mix equal parts of lemon juice and water.
Dip the cotton ball in this juice and apply it to the lump.
turmeric powder and water and apply it on the lump. Let it dry for 10-15 minutes and then rinse with water.
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Common causes of muscle knots include:
stress and tension injuries related to lifting and repetitive motion poor posture prolonged bed rest or sitting without stretching
A person who spends a significant amount of time sitting at work may develop muscle knots due to staying in the same position for prolonged periods.
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It's not cancer but your information suggest of lipoma or cyst. So better consult online with details it can be treated well with classical homeopathic remedies Neck lumps might also be caused by lipomas, which develop under the skin. They may also be caused by a branchial cleft cyst or thyroid nodules. There are other, less common causes of neck lumps.
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Dear, please improve your food intake. Avoid packed foods like biscuits, breads, noodles, butter, jam, salty snacks etc. Please drink 2-3 glasses of lukewarm water in the morning, and eat 2-3 fruits on empty stomach, and a plate full of salads (any raw vegetables) before lunch and dinner. You will find great improvement. God bless!
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Please see a general surgeon. Most likely those are lipomas (Dercum's disease) I would be able to opine better if you send me a clinical photograph.
Feel free to contact me directly if you want to discuss this further.
Your soft lump can be lymph node infection and antibiotic is the treatment. But If it does not improve the lump it may be non specific nodes or if you are concerned, you can do a FNAC and check the reason and it could be tested for TB.