I am a 34 y/o white female. I have a large grape size spongy lump on my inner arm above the elbow for a week now. Its really painful also the inside of my fore arm is swollen and very painlful. I saw my GP today and he kinda blew it off and told me to see my Rheumatiologist about it because I do have RA. This really concerns me because I had a lymph node in my neck biopsied 15 yrs ago with normal results but since then the lymph glands in my neck swell up so badly it looks like I have the mumps for no reason. Also, over the past 5+ yrs Ive had CBC's with high wbc's and the physician always said, "You're probably fighting a little bug or something." While I felt fine. Ive also been diagnosed with EBV 20 yrs ago. Now what?? Should I go to the ER because of the excruciating pain and let them figure it out or wait another month to see my Rheumatologist???:confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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