Hey I have a few questions, that I have been ignoring, lacking to ask about it or tell someone. It's probably normal and that.
Okay, so first off, it's been about 2 or so weeks and I have pimples or whatever right under my arm pit. It's just on my left side. I noticed itching there and was itching and found a massive bubble thing there, hurt so badly. It went away after a few days. I noticed it was there after I shaved my arm pits, but only on my left arm pit. Now, I have these bubbles, looking like pimples below my arm pit, where the hair stops, and I have like 4. There is nothing on my right arm pit at all besides my mole (which had since I was a child).
So my question, what should I do, I did put like stuff to clean your pimples and what not away, now I have 4, used to have 3. I'm not even sure if it's pimples, looks like it. Almost looks more like a spider bite but has a lump and it's just red. What should I do?
The other thing is, my left breast, kills, like itchy and urgh, it's annoying. My right breast isn't itchy at all. I'm finding the tips of both my breasts (tits) feel weird, like almost sore a achy feeling.
I understand your breasts hurt and what not hurt around, on, or after your period, I just finished my period 2-3 days ago.
Yes, I should examine my own breasts once a month, I know, but I don't. I don't know what feels normal and abnormal, if a lump is a lump or part of the breast itself. Last time someone examined my breasts was like I have no idea when.
Should I make an appointment with my family doctor? Or is this all normal?
Hey, Yea I was thinking of going in and making one. Have to go to the doctors office Thursday morning, so I'll make an appointment with the doctor. (doctor I am seeing Thursday morning is one just he is a therapist)
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