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i have had pain in my underarms off and on since I have been sick with lyme. It has gotten really bad the past week or so.

I don't know if having been sick with a cold and a stomach bug within a short period have anything to do with it but it is really uncomfortable and painful.

The pain start in my armpits and radiates out to my breasts.

Maybe this is a lymph problem? Any suggestions?

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I have had this on and off for years. It started when I got Lyme. I think lyme eventualy
attacs everything.

I have had so many things happen to me health wise since I have had lyme nothing surprizes me any more.

If in your doc. and have him/her check you out.

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