Pea sized bubble (under the skin) attached to the vein in my neck (approx. 4 or 5 inches below the left ear lobe). I also have symptoms of upper left foot tingling and left big toe tingling and sometimes the tingling radiates up my left leg almost to the kneecap. The muscles in my left arm (above the elbow) are sore. I did not do anything to cause this; i.e., exercise, getting hurt or falling or anything out of the ordinary. These symptoms just came upon me and I also discovered this bubble in my neck.
These symptoms have been going on for several days now. The tingling in my foot keep me awake most of the night, I don't take anything to easy the pain because I don't like taking pills of any sort.
If anyone has any idea as to what might be going on I would appreciate your response.
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