I noticed the other day a small, hard round lump in my arm. Its not "in" my skin... it feels like it is deep underneath, and it is definitely foreign because everytime I touch it I feel weird and grossed out and have a hard time pressing on it in the first place. It does not hurt.
It is on my right arm, about 1-2 inches across from my armpit, and then 1 inch down, on the top part of the arm where my bicep is.
I don't think it is anything to worry about, but I'd like to know what it is. There is no swelling, pain, or anything. Just a rock-hard pea-size lump.
Any thoughts??? (I'd go ask a doctor, but that would cost me $65 that I don't have. I'm an American, you know, so of course I don't have health care).
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?