Hi, There are two things I want to say and the first thing I want to say is that a part of me is happy because I'm glad my problem is not serious. For my under arm and breast pain I went to a dermatologist as my oncologist told me to and such problem I have with my underarms the dermatologist didn't let me finish explanaining the situation and right away he gave me answer to my problem. He understood the problem right away. Which I'm relieved. He told me what I have is called hidradenitis supparativa. Once he said this to me I felt relieved. He gave me a sample of doryx doxycycline hyclate which I should take as needed and gave me prescription of benzoyl peroxide wash to wash my underarms with. He told me since I have deep pain under my arms he explained somethings to me and said what I can do is to do something by injection for me from my under arms. I don't know exactly what it is but that's what he told me. I'm so glad I know the cause of my problem. I'm feeling okay but I still do have this deep pain sharp pain under my arms. I'm going to see him soon and know what more should be done. I came home crying from joy after so many months. It really has been a long time for me suffering like this.
I have a different question to ask which is my oncologist told me general pain in my breasts is normal and that I have two cyst in my right breast which is normal. With my left breast I feel something and I had ultrasound done and my left breast is very tender and I know ultrasound doesn't always show the problem on tender breasts. My left breast is extremely tender and since I feel something there and ultrasound didn't show anything what do you think this could mean, because generally I feel alot more pain with my left breast than the other? I'm going to see my doctor for this which I will mention but I'm wondering can a breast be this painful due to being tender? Please let me know.
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