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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hello

    For the past weeks i have felt pain in around my shoulder and under my arm. Which led me to find a lump under the skin of my under arm. And now im freaking out.

    Does anyone think it could be serious and what should i do??
    TheonlyMrsHolmes 100% thought this was you until I saw the "Same" part. I was already with my "Surprised it took you this long to make the thread" when I saw the title :rofl:

    but then I guess you would have gone into SO much more detail if this was your thread :lol:

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    It is definitely worth going to see your local GP to put your mind at rest. Chances are that it is nothing at all . Also never Google your symptoms ! Worse thing you can do , All the best

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    (Original post by bluemadhatter)
    TheonlyMrsHolmes 100% thought this was you until I saw the "Same" part. I was already with my "Surprised it took you this long to make the thread" when I saw the title :rofl:

    but then I guess you would have gone into SO much more detail if this was your thread :lol:

    Love you :kissing2:
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    love you lots :hugs:
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    Definitely see your GP about it. It could be any number of things, and unfortunately we can't disgnose you. I know it's scary, but wouldn't it be scarier to leave it alone and not know what's going on? You could always take someone with you, or ask for a nurse to sit with you through your appointment. You can also ask for a male or female doctor, whichever you'd be more comfortable with. I know all the doctors at my surgery now and who I like to see for what, so I ask for who I want by name. Chances are it's just an infection, or a cyst or something. It could need treatment though so it really is best to see someone. Good luck!

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