I went for a PRIMARY CARE checkup and the DOCTOR recommended a GYN for a routine GYN EXAM. During that time I heard FEEDBACK in the GYN office saying----
WE NEED TO SEE YOU GIVING THAT EXAM.
The GYN did cover me---but did later say----SHE NEEDS HORMONES.
From 2010 to about 2015 feeling or being made to think I was feeling symptoms tied to MAMMARY GLANDS.
My underarm area around my LEFT BREAST became very painful and chronic in that pain. I was afraid it may be BREAST CANCER ----and went for a breast exam after that chronic period. The inflammation under left arm so painful happened at the same time a NEIGHBOR was saying:
SHE IS A BURRO-------SHE IS A PIG-------SHE IS A COW-----
After JAN 2019 when I was HIT and made aware of being SURVEILLED inside my LIVING SPACE------the FEEDBACK from that time became HINDSIGHT IS 20/20.
WE ARE GOING TO MILK THOSE BITCHES.
WHAT WAS HAPPENING WITH THAT 2010 IMPLANT WAS STIMULATION OF SINUS/RETINAL IMPLANT WRAPPED AROUND THOSE MID-BRAIN AREAS-----
The other incident surrounding the stimulation of the area around my breast was the INFLAMMATION which manifested as a PINCHED NERVE on my LEFT SHOULD.
My LEFT SHOULDER ---my LEFT UNDERARM/BREAST experienced great PAIN during this period. I was buying tons of TYLENOL AND HEATING PADS/OINTMENTS trying to fight the pain.
Looking at the BRAIN diagram I shared yesterday with the IMPLANT wiring circling the mid-brain-----the PITUITARY gland among others are tied to MAMMARY GLANDS and HORMONES tied to SEXUAL ACTIVITIES.
REMEMBER, my experience of criminal crimes against humanity TELEMEDICINE with no knowledge, no consent, no doctor followup------was and is happening to MEN as well as WOMEN. My case of HORMONE CONTROL is from a woman's perspective-----the MEN with IMPLANTS would experience MALE HORMONE control.
Glands in the Human Body Explained With Diagrams
Glands in the human body produce, control and regulate the flow of hormones, breast milk, saliva, and other useful fluids. Mental stress influences the flow of hormones and other fluids as well. This article explains the significance of glands in metabolism, growth, and reproduction.
Last Updated: Mar 19, 2018
Glands in the body release fluids or hormones that play an important role in maintaining the health of the body. Glands are classified as ducted and ductless glands. Ducted glands, also called exocrine glands, secrete some chemicals through ducts. Ductless glands are called endocrine glands. Glands receive signals from the brain to release useful fluids. Endocrine glands release hormones directly into the bloodstream. Hormones are the chemical messengers which facilitate the communication between the brain and the organs. As the nervous system uses nerves to send the required information, the glands in the human body use blood vessels as information channels. Here's an overview of the endocrine system.
Endocrine or Ductless Glands of the Human Body
The location of the pituitary gland is indicated by the orange portion
The pituitary gland, located at the base of the skull, is known as the 'master gland'. It controls the functions of other ductless glands. This tiny, pea-shaped gland is one of the most important parts of our body. It is divided into anterior and posterior pituitary.
This gland influences metabolism, reproduction and growth by releasing hormones like prolactin, thyroid stimulating hormone, adrenocorticotropic hormone, growth hormone, oxytocin, luteinizing hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone, etc.
Graphic image of the agrenal glands on top of the kidney
The adrenal glands look like triangular hats placed on the top of the kidneys. The length of an adrenal gland is about one or two inches and it weighs only a fraction of an ounce. Though small in size, these glands secrete almost three dozen hormones! The main functions of adrenal glands include carrying out the metabolic processes and helping the body deal with stress.
These glands regulate the 'fight or flight mechanism' of the body. Adrenal medulla releases adrenaline and noradrenaline while the adrenal cortex releases cortisol, corticosterone, cortisone, and aldosterone (which determines salt-water balance in the body).
Location of the thyroid gland and the vocal cords
Thyroid gland, located in the neck, looks like a butterfly. It weighs less than an ounce. Situated below our voice box, thyroid's main function is to regulate body metabolism. Functions of the body are severely affected when thyroid does not work well. Overactive or under active thyroid gland leads to several health problems.
These glands also govern the function of the nervous and muscular system. Parathyroid hormone (PTH) activates vitamin D and enhances the absorption of calcium in the gastrointestinal tract. Low PTH levels lead to fatigue and anxiety.
The hypothalamus controls pituitary secretions
Hypothalamus (part of the brain) is known as the 'control and relay center of the endocrine system'. The autonomic nervous system is governed by the hypothalamus. It plays an important role in certain metabolic processes. Located near the pituitary gland at the basal part of the skull (above the brain stem), it controls pituitary secretions.
All the automatically adjusted factors such as hunger, thirst, sleep, emotional behavior such as anger and sexual activity, body temperature, blood pressure, function of the cardiovascular system (heart rate), and abdominal visceral regulation are controlled by the hypothalamus. As we grow older, hypothalamus requires support to maintain optimum level of performance. Dysfunction of the hypothalamus results in depression or abnormal responses to stress.
It also leads to disturbances in the brain. Hormones released by the hypothalamus stimulate the release of other hormones like thyrotropin, prolactin, gonadotropin, corticotropin, growth hormone, etc. and inhibit the production of prolactin (by releasing dopamine), growth hormone (by releasing somatostatin), etc. The hormone oxytocin plays an important role in uterine contractions and lactation. The antidiuretic hormone vasopressin is also secreted by the hypothalamus.
The prostate gland helps determine the male fertility level
Prostate is a chestnut-sized gland, which plays an important role in the male reproductive system. It encircles the urethra below the bladder. It secretes an alkaline fluid which contains semen with spermatozoa and seminal vesicle fluid that is expelled during ejaculation. Thus it determines the fertility quotient of a man.
Prostate helps regulate blood pressure too. When an enlarged prostate creates pressure on the urethra and bladder, the man suffers from problems like difficulty in urination.
Gonads are the male and female reproductive glands
Gonads are the reproductive glands - ovaries in women and testicles in men. They produce germ cells known as gametes. They release sex hormones. The almond-shaped ovaries are present on either side of the uterus. They produce ova or eggs. Important hormones, like estrogen and progesterone are secreted by them.
The testicles are hidden in the scrotum and are responsible for the production of sperms in males. They release the hormone testosterone. They have a built-in thermostat to keep the sperms at the correct temperature. Thus, these glands play an important role in fertilization and reproduction. They determine the male/female characters (like development of body/facial hair) of a person.
The thymus helps build a strong immune system
The thymus, situated in the middle of the chest, beneath the upper part of the breastbone near the heart, is a pyramid-shaped small gland. It builds resistance for combating diseases and helps in one's physical development.
The size of the thymus grows during the neonatal and pre-adolescent periods. It is most active in the early years after birth. It plays an important role in the functioning of the immune system. As the body reaches puberty, it starts shrinking. In adults, it is difficult to identify thymus.
Pancreas play a vital role in the digestive system
The pancreas, located behind the stomach, is yellowish in color. It is about 7.5 inches long and 1.5 inches wide. It is connected to the small intestine. Certain cells in the pancreas secrete digestive enzymes, which play an important role in the digestion of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. Important hormones - insulin and glucagon are secreted into the blood stream by the pancreas.
Thus pancreas works as an endocrine as well as exocrine gland. As we all know, insulin helps lower the blood sugar level. But if glucose level is found to be too low, glucagon helps increase it. Malfunctioning of insulin-generating cells results in diabetes. Pancreas helps neutralize the chyme. (Chyme is the partly digested food. It is in the form of thick semi-fluid when it passes through the stomach.)
Internal structure of the pineal gland
The pineal gland is located within the brain. It is safely positioned in the groove at the center of the brain, between the two hemispheres. It releases melatonin which supervises the biological clock of the body. It controls our walking and sleeping patterns.
Sexual development is also controlled by the pineal gland. Melatonin helps avoid and get over jet-lags. In the ancient times, the pineal gland was considered as the third eye, with supposed magical powers.
Exocrine or Ducted Glands of The Human Body
Lachrymal glands help secrete tears
Tears are produced by the lachrymal glands. They are found in the eye cavities. Their function of producing tears is controlled by the nervous system. They help lubricate the eyes.
Sweat glands are located in the middle of the skin layers
Sweat is the salty fluid secreted by the sweat glands. Sweat accumulates in the small glands located under the skin and it evaporates when the body experiences excessive heat. Thus, these glands help maintain the body temperature.
Salivary glands secrete saliva, that aids the digestion process
Salivary glands are located in and around the mouth and the throat. Saliva from salivary glands initiates the process of digestion. It helps moisten the mouth and prevents tooth decay. Malfunctioning of these glands causes dehydration.
The rough anatomy of the mammary glands
Mammary glands exist in both sexes. But, the hormones released by the ovaries stimulate the growth of the mammary glands in females, at the onset of puberty. After the birth of a child, the milk from the mammary glands nourishes the baby. Various hormones determine the production and flow of breast milk.
Sebaceous glands help secrete sebum
Sebaceous glands lie under the skin. They secrete sebum. This fatty substance forms a water-repellent layer on the skin. It protects the skin and makes it supple. Sometimes, due to the presence of dust particles in the atmosphere, the pores on the skin get blocked. Obstruction in the path of the sebum
leads to the formation of blackheads. Blackheads are the root cause of acne.
Diseases Caused due to Functional Failure of Glands
Hypothyroidism - caused due to thyroid malfunctioning
Osteoporosis, diabetes, renal failure, multinodular goiter, hyper/hypothyroidism, polycystic ovaries and cancer are some of the diseases caused due to the failure of the glands in the human body.
Hormonal imbalance leads to skin problems
Dwarfism, gigantism, outburst of acne, infertility, miscarriage, skin disorders, early/late puberty and excessive weight are some of the effects of hormonal imbalance in the body. The malfunctioning of one or more glands in the body can lead to mental disturbances, mood swings, depression and high/low blood pressure.
Balanced diet, various therapies like massage, shiatsu, aroma therapy, acupuncture, and regular exercise promote proper functioning of glands. Doctors may prescribe medications to improve the functions of the glands. In extreme cases, surgery is performed to remove a damaged gland. After the removal of the entire gland, hormone replacement therapy is usually recommended.
The 'chakras' in our body
'Chakra', the Sanskrit word, means 'wheel' or 'turning'. Body 'chakras' refer to the important centers on our body. They are considered as the focal points of the human body which receive and transmit energies. There are seven major 'chakras' according to the 'Indian Upanishadas'. It is interesting to find that the locations of the endocrine glands in the human body correspond with the locations of these 'chakras'.
Activating the body chakras helps glands to function
The activation of these 'chakras' helps gain control over the functioning of glands and achieve peace of mind. Yoga and meditation help gain control over these glands. You can lead a peaceful life by learning stress management techniques. Stress leads to dysfunction of glands resulting in harmful diseases and disorders.
The functions of the endocrine and the exocrine systems are of extreme importance to the body. Proper functioning of the glands helps maintain weight, blood pressure, blood sugar levels, electrolyte balance, body temperature, heart rate, bone density, etc. With simple measures like healthy diet and regular exercise, you can maintain the health of the glands.
SHE IS A BURRO------SHE NEEDS HORMONES------
One thing that HOSTING SERVER NOSY NEIGHBORS hated about me as a VICTIM of illegal surveillance and video PORN is that I was not sexual-------and HOSTING SERVER NOSY NEIGHBORS manipulated HORMONAL release tied to the PITUITARY GLAND.
At time I had finished MENOPAUSE-----I was post-menopausal. Many of these WOMEN'S HORMONAL symptoms could be tied to my being POST-MENOPAUSAL.
So, they controlling USEFUL FLUIDS.
'Glands receive signals from the brain to release useful fluids'.
I want to stay with the discussion of the MAMMARY GLAND extreme pain on the left side. I will discuss FEEDBACK AND MESSAGING occurring during time which to THE VICTIM seemed like subliminal messages. HOSTING SERVER NOSY NEIGHBORS wanted to hear the victim say something and then simply MESSAGED that to the COCHLEAR IMPLANT and I would say or do what I was messaged.
First, I started to have POST-MENSTRUAL BLEEDING. In other words I had stopped bleeding for some years and then all of sudden started to BLEED. This scared me because one thinks it may indicate CANCERS or some FEMALE disease vector. Then I started to feel my BREASTS get firmer/feel bigger and I kept looking down at my BREASTS to make note if there was any discharge from my NIPPLES.
The physical changes occur while the VICTIM never even knows they are IMPLANTED or experiencing a MEDICAL intervention.
'This gland influences metabolism, reproduction and growth by releasing hormones like prolactin'
I know now HOSTING SERVER NOSY NEIGHBORS were manipulating the HORMONE ----PROLACTIN.
I was never INFERTILE----I experienced dryness----I was low-libido-------all of these symptoms gave HOSTING SERVER NOSY NEIGHBOR the reason for MANIPULATING MY HORMONES.
SHE NEEDS TO BE SEXUALLY ACTIVE------SHE'S A COLD FISH.
It was only after HITTING JAN 2019 and the beginning of PSYCHO-SEXUAL TORTURE that all the FEEDBACK started streaming into my conscience memory-----HIND SIGHT IS 20/20.
Symptoms of High Prolactin Hormone Levels
By Nicole Galan, RN
Updated May 04, 2019
Medically reviewed by Anita Sadaty, MD on November 06, 2019
Prolactin is a hormone secreted by the pituitary gland, a small structure in the brain which secretes other hormones. Prolactin's primary function is to enhance breast development and initiate lactation (breastfeeding). Prolactin levels are normally elevated in pregnant and nursing women.
If you are having irregular menstrual periods, infertility, or breast milk leakage (especially if you aren't nursing a baby), your physician may order a blood test to see if your prolactin levels are elevated.
Symptoms of hyperprolactinemia (or high prolactin levels) may be nonexistent, or women may notice the following:
- White milk leaking from nipples
- Absent, infrequent or irregular periods
- Loss of libido
- Painful or uncomfortable intercourse
- Vaginal dryness
- Excessive body and facial hair growth (hirsutism)
- Hot flashes
Causes Of High Prolactin Levels
Hyperprolactinemia, or high prolactin levels, can be caused by numerous factors such as:
- Pituitary tumor or disease
- Disease of the hypothalamus
- Kidney disease
- Cushing's disease
- Medications can also cause high prolactin levels including tricyclic antidepressants (specifically clomipramine and desipramine), certain antipsychotics (i.e., Haldol, Zyprexa, and Risperdal), verapamil (for blood pressure), Reglan (metoclopramide; an antinausea medication) and acid blockers (H2 blockers).
How Is Prolactin Measured?
Prolactin can be easily measured through a routine blood test. Because a number of factors can affect the blood values, women should avoid breast stimulation and intercourse the night before the test.
What Do High Prolactin Levels Mean?
If the blood test comes back elevated, the doctor may wish to repeat the test, this time after fasting for at least 8 hours. A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) may be ordered to look for evidence of a pituitary growth or for damage to surrounding tissues. Blood tests to assess the production of other pituitary hormones may be done and can be helpful to rule out other conditions causing similar symptoms.
The treatment for high prolactin levels is to return levels to normal ranges. This can usually be done with medications such as dopamine agonists, or in more serious conditions, surgery to reduce or remove the tumor. Going forward, once prolactin levels are in normal ranges, your doctor may recommend you undergo regular monitoring of prolactin levels by doing blood tests. Occasionally, an MRI may also be needed to check the size of the tumor and look for growth.
'Hyperprolactinemia, or high prolactin levels, can be caused by numerous factors such as':
This article shows how my underarm near MAMMARY/BREAST was made INFLAMED-----was made chronically PAINFUL-----I experienced a feeling of a LUMP and it was all tied to this SINAL/NOSE IMPLANT stimulating those GLANDS tied to MAMMARY HORMONES. So, my breasts did swell-----my nipples were not lactating.
The breast swelling could have been my EATING AND WEIGH GAIN----I was in a COMFORT FOOD state of mind during this period ----was eating more which cause WEIGH GAIN----not tied to these HORMONAL manipulations---I THINK. I think that my eating was a typical POST-MENOPAUSAL response as too the DESIRE FOR SWEETS. These things are normal for a women post-menopausal.
What was not normal was the EXTREME PAIN and small lump under my breast. What did I do after a chronic period of this pain ----I WENT TO GET A MAMMOGRAM
None of this had anything to do with BREAST CANCER----it does make a woman FEEL there is a BREAST DISEASE PROBLEM.
Right above that ARMPIT pain is that SHOULDER NERVE. This manipulation of CRANIAL NERVES would have manifested in creating these kinds of PAIN----SHOULDER FEELING AS THOUGH IT HAD A PINCHED NERVE.
This was tremendous pain ----lasted for a dozen weeks ---I was unable to sleep---it DISRUPTED MY SLEEPING PATTERNS.
FEEDBACK said-----THIS IS A SIGN OF MENTAL ILLNESS-----SLEEP PATTERNS MADE ERRATIC
Keep in mind------I slept like a baby for all my life------went to bed----went to sleep and did not wake up until morning. While these IMPLANTS and manipulations occurred my SLEEPING WAS MADE EXTREMELY ERRATIC.
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Pain in Left Armpit: Common Causes of Pain Under Left Armpit
By Jenny Hills, Nutritionist and Medical Writer
Pain in the left armpit (also called axilla) can have a number of causes that can range from a simple sore pulled muscle to enlarged lymph nodes. Because we use our arms so much during the day, pain under the left armpit can affect daily activities. Many people are concerned about left armpit pain because they may worry it is connected to their heart. Or, that a painful lump in the left armpit could be a sign of cancer.
The armpit skin is very sensitive, and shaving, skin infections, or armpit rashes can easily flare-up and cause irritation. Also, an ingrown hair can cause a painful lump in the armpit, or a viral infection can result in swollen lymph nodes. Thankfully, most causes of sore armpits are harmless and the pain and discomfort go away when the underlying issue is resolved.
There are also many muscles, nerves, and ligaments in your armpits that keep your arms flexible and strong. Straining muscles in the armpit or suffering from nerve pain can cause throbbing aches or shooting pains down an arm or across your chest.
In this article, I will look at what it can mean when it hurts under your left armpit. In many cases, you will also find helpful home remedies to reduce aches and pain in your left armpit. You will also learn when the symptoms of underarm pain on the left side could indicate that there could be something more serious going on.
The Symptoms of Pain in Left Armpit
Pain under the left armpit is usually accompanied by other symptoms that can help diagnose the root cause of the pain.
For example, a viral infection can cause you to have a fever, a runny nose, and enlarge nodes in the armpit that may be sore. An inflammatory skin condition like eczema or psoriasis will cause an itchy red armpit rash that becomes sore with chaffing.
Other symptoms of pain in the left armpit can include:
- Pain, weakness, or tingling down the left arm due to damaged muscle or nerve
- Redness, small red sore bumps, and skin irritation caused by waxing or shaving
- Large painful nodules that ooze pus-like discharge
- A cyst or enlarged lymph node that may or may not be painful
- Shooting, electric-like pains that go down the left arm or across to the left chest
- Swelling of the upper arm and shoulders
- Burning sensation in the chest caused by acid reflux
Of course, it is normal to feel a measure of anxiety with armpit pain. Because squeezing chest pains that spread to the left arm and jaw could be signs of a heart attack, you should never ignore this type of pain.
Causes of Pain Under Left Armpit
Let’s look in more detail at various causes of a sore left armpit and what you can do to get rid of the armpit pain naturally.
Pulled / strained muscle or tendonPulling or straining a muscle or tendon in your left arm can result in sharp pain in your armpit and shoulder blade.
Researchers from the Cleveland Clinic say that your biceps are located in your upper arm. Overuse arm injuries can cause your upper arm and chest to hurt and throb. In severe cases, a traumatic injury to your left arm or chest could tear one of the tendons resulting in searing pain in the left armpit.1
According to doctors from the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, repetitive strain injuries are the most common reason for biceps tendonitis. Other symptoms can include:2
- Armpit pain that intensifies when lifting or throwing an item
- Aching discomfort in the left arm bone
- Feeling a snapping sensation in the shoulder
Usually, getting proper rest and using cold packs can help to resolve aching pain caused by a pulled muscle. If you have pulled or stretched a muscle in your back, you can also use natural remedies to get rid of muscle soreness.
Skin irritation or rash
The skin of the armpit is very sensitive and the moist dark environment of the armpit means that rashes or skin irritation is common. Inflammation, bacterial infections, or fungal infections can easily affect either armpit making it sore and itchy.
This is a skin condition that often causes a painful rash in the armpit of both men and women. According to doctors from the Mayo Clinic, some types of psoriasis commonly affect the armpits. This results in inflammation and patches of sore red skin in the armpit that get easily irritated.3
You can try these natural ways to relieve psoriasis to help manage the symptoms of underarm psoriasis.
Yeast or fungal infections that affect the left armpit and can cause a painful rash. Dr. Denise M. Aaron in MerckManuals says that a yeast skin infection can also cause scaling, itching, and swelling. It’s important to keep the armpit as dry as possible and apply an antifungal ointment to clear the infection.4
You can use a mixture of coconut oil and tea tree oil as a natural antifungal cream to apply to your itchy armpit skin, or apply diluted apple cider vinegar as an effective home remedy that you can use to treat armpit yeast infection.
Bacterial skin infection.
Dr. Carol DerSarkissian on WebMD reports that bacterial infections can affect the hair follicles of the armpit, resulting in painful red bumps. Sometimes, the infection can go deeper causing a very sore inflamed red lump in the armpit.5
You can get rid of a bacterial armpit rash by applying some aloe vera gel to reduce itching and repair skin damage.
According to Prof. Amanda Oakley, a dermatologist in New Zealand, dermatitis (eczema) can cause a painful itchy red patch to flare up in the armpit. This red armpit rash may also have flaky bits of scaly skin.6
Witch hazel has anti-inflammatory properties that can help to reduce the severity of eczema symptoms. You can find other natural ways to treat eczema in my article on 13 natural remedies for eczema or try these top 12 essential oils for eczema.
Intertrigo. Intertrigo is an inflammatory skin condition that affects folds of the skin and commonly causes an irritating armpit rash. Chaffing of the armpit skin can aggravate the sore condition and even cause a secondary infection to develop.7
Make a paste of colloidal oatmeal and apply to the irritated patch of skin in your armpit to reduce itching and irritation.
Waxing or shaving the underarmIf you regularly shave your underarm hair, you might find that irritation and swelling can develop in either or both of your armpits.
The International Journal of Cosmetic Science found that removing armpit hair can cause pain and discomfort because shaving also removes skin. Researchers found that swollen red marks and painful flare-ups are common in shaved armpits.8
Find out how to reduce friction while shaving your armpits in my article on how to get rid of razor burns naturally.
If you have large sore nodules and pain in your armpit, it could mean that you suffer from a condition called hidradenitis suppurativa.
Dermatologists say that hidradenitis suppurative can cause boil-like lumps in the armpit. Very often, these firm papules can be very sore and sometimes pus-like fluid can drain from them. Managing the symptoms of hidradenitis suppurativa can be a challenge. However, dermatologists suggest following an anti-inflammatory diet and losing excess weight to help to reduce pain.9
Arm artery disease (peripheral artery disease)A persistent ache in your armpit could be an indicator that you have a type of peripheral artery disease (PAD) that affects the arm.
PAD describes a condition were small arteries become narrowed and reduce blood flow. When it affects the arteries in the armpit and arm, it is called arm artery disease. Doctors from the Ohio State University say that symptoms of arm artery disease can include:10
- Discomfort or pain in one or both of your arms
- Cramping feeling in the affected arm
- Loss of feeling in the arm
- One or both arms that have pale, reddish blue skin and is cool to touch
Looking after your cardiovascular system is the best way to prevent PAD and its associated symptoms. This will also help greatly reduce your risk of a heart attack and improve your blood circulation.
Sharp Shooting Pain in Armpit
Some medical conditions result in a sudden sharp pain in the left armpit that could even startle you.
Intercostobrachial neuralgia (armpit nerve pain)Your armpit is home to a series of nerves called the brachial plexus which run between your left and right arm and your ribcage. Damage to the intercostobrachial nerves can cause severe shooting pains in your armpit and chest.
According to the journal Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, damage to the nerves in your armpit is often a result of surgery to the upper chest or breast.11 Armpit nerve damage can cause a dull, throbbing ache which can suddenly become sharp and painful.12
Brachial plexus injury
A feeling like an electric shock in your armpit that travels down one arm could be due to a brachial plexus injury.
Doctors from the Mayo Clinic say that brachial plexus injuries are common among sports people or as the result of an accident. Because brachial plexus injuries cause a stinging, burning underarm pain, they are sometimes called “burners” or “stingers.” The sharp, stabbing pain in your left armpit or right one may just last a few seconds or some minutes.12
A serious brachial plexus injury can result in severe pain and possibly an inability to use the arm. Treating a brachial plexus injury depends greatly on the severity of the nerve damage.
Painful Lump in Armpit – Female Only
It can be concerning for any woman to discover a lump in the armpit that is sore. What are some of the reasons for having a lump in the armpit that hurts?
Doctors from the National Health Service report that most lumps that appear on the body are harmless. If you have breast and underarm pain with a lump, then you should have your doctor check it out.
Times, when it is advisable to see a doctor for a painful lump, is if the armpit lump gets bigger and is sore or you have swelling in your armpit.13
It’s reassuring to know that most causes of breast pain are more an inconvenience rather than something to worry about. Many women experience sore breasts after their period or before. Pain under the breast can also be associated with gallstones, indigestion, or a result of being under emotional stress.
If you discover a new lump in your armpit or breast, you should get it checked out by your doctor. Pain under the left armpit and down an arm can, on rare occasions, be a sign of breast cancer.
According to the American Cancer Society, there are a number of noncancerous conditions that cause lumps. However, armpit lumps can sometimes be a sign of cancer and may appear before any lump in the breast.14
Painful Lump in Armpit – Female and Male
Let’s look in some detail at what a painful lump in your armpit can mean for both men and women.
Cyst in armpitOne cause of underarm pain of the left arm is if a cyst develops and presses on a nerve in your armpit.
The journal Tumori reported on cases where people attended their doctor because of a tender cyst in their armpit. It was discovered that out of 30 people, 4 had an armpit cyst and one had a lipoma (a buildup of a fatty mass).15
Swollen underarm lymph nodes
A sore, painful lump in your left armpit may be caused by an enlarged lymph node that causes a visible lump.
Dr. John P. Cunha on eMedicineHealth reports that lymph nodes are found in the armpits, neck, and chest. Lymphadenitis (inflammation of the lymph nodes) can often occur if the body is fighting a virus. If you have injured your left arm, you might discover that a lump in the armpit develops.16
Lymphoma (lymphatic cancer) can also cause lymph node swelling. The soreness under the left armpit can develop if the lump presses on a nerve.17
If the armpit lump doesn’t go away after 2 weeks or you develop a sore lump in your armpit, you should see a doctor.
Ingrown hairA sore lump under your armpit may be the result of an ingrown hair that has become inflamed and painful.
Doctors from the Mayo Clinic report that ingrown hairs that form into a sore bump are common in the armpit. Very often, the lump can become sore and itchy and fill with pus. Usually, shaving in the direction of hair growth and lubricating the underarm can help to prevent ingrown hairs in your armpit.18
Pain Under Left Armpit and Shoulder
What can it mean if your armpit and shoulder hurt?
Dislocated shoulderIf you have dislocated your left shoulder, you will have no doubt that the intense, agonizing pain in your upper left arm and shoulder is due to the dislocation.
According to doctors from the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, dislocating your shoulder can also tear ligaments or tendons in your armpit and shoulder. Usually, the severe pain goes away when the arm is put back into place.19
To prevent permanent damage to the shoulder and upper arm, it’s important to follow your doctor’s advice on rehabilitation. This usually requires restricting movement of the arm and then strengthening muscles in the arm.
Other reasons for left armpit and shoulder painIf you have pressing chest pains that cause your left armpit to become sore and then spreads to your shoulder, it could be one of the signs of a heart attack.
Pain Under Left Armpit and Chest
Sharp pain under your armpit that also cause chest pains could be related to internal organs, or medical conditions unrelated to your arm.
Acid reflux (heartburn)Heartburn occurs when acidic stomach fluid escapes back up the esophagus causing a burning sensation in your chest. According to Dr. Sabrina Felson on WebMD, the sharp, burning sensation can also spread to your arms, cause shoulder pain, or make your neck sore.20
Try some natural antacids for heartburn to help get rid of acid reflux symptoms quickly. For example, taking a glass of water with ½ teaspoon baking soda can help to neutralize the acid in your digestive system.
ShinglesIntense tingling pain in your armpit along with a blistering rash could be a sign that you have shingles.
Shingles is caused by the varicella-zoster virus and affects the nerve endings under the skin. Dr. Mary Harding on Patient.info says that the pain from shingles can start as a dull gnawing pain that doesn’t give you any relief. Sometimes, if your armpit is affected, you may experience sharp shooting pains that come in waves. Your armpit skin may be tender to touch.21
Apply some Manuka honey to the sore, painful rash to help treat your symptoms of shingles naturally.
Heart-related arm painYour heart is situated to the left side of your chest, and most heart-related pain spreads to the left arm and armpit.
The publication Informed Health Online says that cardiac pain caused by heart disease, angina, or a heart attack causes excruciating chest pains. These squeezing pains may come and go and then radiate to the left armpit and down the left arm. Heart pain can also spread to the jaw, neck, or shoulder.22
Armpit Pain and Anxiety
Of course, armpit pain may cause a degree of anxiety until you find the source of the pain. However, anxiety itself can also affect every part of your body, including your armpit, upper arm and chest. The Journal of Affective Disorders reports that chronic pain is common in people who suffer from anxiety and mood disorders.23
Please read this article to find out how else stress and anxiety can affect your body. Try some natural relaxation techniques such as meditation or essential oils to relieve stress and anxiety.
When to See a Doctor
Because so many different conditions can affect the armpit, it is good to know when to see a doctor if you have pain in the left armpit.
Doctors advise seeing a medical professional for armpit pain in the following circumstances:
- The lump in your armpit feels hard and doesn’t go away after 2 weeks.
- Sharp armpit pain is also accompanied by tingling in your arm or numbness.
- You have a large painful boil or abscess in your underarm area.
- You notice lumps in your breast.
- Pain in the armpit is severe and intense and affects your daily activities.
- Pressing chest pains spread to your left arm.
We discussed the goals of NOSE/SINUS IMPLANTS to include PATENT PRODUCT creating FAKE FOOD with no nutrition but having the SMELL AND TASTE of a hamburger and/or french fries. That was the MONEY-MAKING WINNER for those people tied to the NOSE IMPLANT research.
Below we see the goals of NOSE/SINUS/RETINAL IMPLANTS which stimulate HORMONES.
Global banking 1% has spent these several years creating FADS of breast milk pumping----we don't want FORMULA ---we want woman making milk.
WE ARE MAKING THOSE BITCHES CASH COWS.
The attempts at stimulating MAMMARY GLANDS for milk production is more of the same ----it will create a PATENTED HUMAN MILK sold by BARBER SURGEONS as better than COW OR ANIMAL MILK which is what the article below tells us.
REMEMBER, THOUGHT.COM is a far-right wing global banking 1% FAKE MEDIA ----PROPAGANDA outlet. These FAKE media tell the truth some of the time----and give PROPAGANDA MOST OF THE TIME.
'Milk from a cow is as necessary as milk from a pig or a horse or a giraffe. Human breast milk is the perfect food for human babies, while cow’s milk is the perfect food for baby cows'.
I was post-menopausal so any of these experiments with SEXUAL HORMONES would end differently for age categories-----young women may have been made to LACTATE while seniors would not for example.
MAKE WAY ON THE GROCERY SHELF----FOR HUMAN MILK --MUCH BETTER THEN THAT COW STUFF.
Milk and Human HealthMilk is unnecessary and may be a health risk.
by Doris Lin
Updated March 06, 2017Except for animals under human influence and Western gulls who steal milk from lactating seals, humans are the only known species that drinks the breast milk of another species, and the only known species that continues to drink breast milk into adulthood.
Don’t We Need Milk? Milk from a cow is as necessary as milk from a pig or a horse or a giraffe. Human breast milk is the perfect food for human babies, while cow’s milk is the perfect food for baby cows. Cow’s milk naturally contains the large amount of hormones and protein needed to turn a 80-pound calf into a 1,000 pound cow in one year. That amount of protein and hormones is not only unnecessary but unhealthy for humans. Because they occur naturally, these hormones are even found in organically produced milk.
The Harvard School of Public Health and Harvard Medical School are downright critical of the USDA's recommendation of dairy products at every meal. Harvard states, "there is little evidence that high dairy intake protects against osteoporosis but substantial evidence that high intake can be harmful." If dairy is so bad, why does the USDA recommend so much dairy? Harvard blames industry influences, stating that their recommended diet is "based exclusively on the best available science and was not subjected to political and commercial pressures from food industry lobbyists."
The American Dietetic Association supports a dairy-free, vegan diet:
It is the position of the American Dietetic Association that appropriately planned vegetarian diets, including total vegetarian or vegan diets, are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and may provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases.Besides containing saturated fats, cholesterol, hormones and too much protein, milk is also linked to testicular cancer, breast cancer, and prostate cancer.
Fat, Cholesterol and Protein Many dairy products tend to be high in saturated fats and cholesterol, which have been linked to heart disease. The American Dietetic Association states:
Features of a vegetarian diet that may reduce risk of chronic disease include lower intakes of saturated fat and cholesterol and higher intakes of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, soy products, fiber, and phytochemicals.Milk protein is also a concern, and the protein in milk has been linked coronary deaths and to hardened, narrowed arteries.
Hormones, and Cancer In 2006, a researcher from the Harvard School of Public Health found a strong link between dairy consumption and hormone-dependent cancers – testes, breast, and prostate. Scientist/physician Ganmaa Davaasambuu believes that the naturally occurring hormones in a pregnant cow’s milk increase the risks for these types of cancer. Milk from cows contains “considerable amounts of female sex hormones,” accounting for 60-80% of estrogens consumed by humans. Although the research focused on dairy, Ganmaa’s findings implicated a variety of animal products, as well as dairy:
Butter, meat, eggs, milk, and cheese are implicated in higher rates of hormone-dependent cancers in general, she said. Breast cancer has been linked particularly to consumption of milk and cheese.Ganmaa’s findings are not unique. According to dietician George Eisman, in the US, one in six men gets prostate cancer. Only one in 200,000 men gets prostate cancer in China, where dairy is not regularly consumed. Also according to Eisman, breast cancer is highest in the countries with the highest dairy consumption. A study in England found that even within England, the counties with the highest dairy consumption had the highest rates of breast cancer. Eisman states that consuming dairy is “the most abnormal, crazy thing that we do.”
Contaminants in Milk Contaminants in milk are another serious concern. American milk is banned in the European Union because of added recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH). When administered to cows, rBGH causes the cows to produce up to 20% more milk, but also causes the cows to produce more Insulin-like Growth Factor 1 (IGF-1). According to the Organic Consumers Association, some of the rBGH given to cows ends up in the milk. The Cancer Prevention Coalition (CPC) states:
It is highly likely that IGF-1 promotes transformation of normal breast cells to breast cancers. In addition, IGF-1 maintains the malignancy of human breast cancer cells, including their invasiveness and ability to spread to distant organs.RBGH also increases the risk of mastitis, which sometimes leads to pus, bacteria and blood getting into the milk. Federal law in the US allows up to 50 million pus cells per cup of milk.
If rBGH is so dangerous and is banned in the EU, why is it legal in the US? The CPC believes that, “Monsanto Co., the manufacturer of rBGH, has influenced U. S. product safety laws permitting the sale of unlabeled rBGH milk.”
Another contaminant found in cow’s milk is pesticide residues. Residues are fat soluble, which means they become concentrated in the milk and tissues of animals.
What About Calcium? While cow’s milk is high in calcium, it is also high in protein. Excess protein in our diets causes calcium to leach out of our bones. Dr. Kerrie Saunders states, “North America has one of the highest consumptions of dairy products, and also the highest incidence of osteoporosis.“ To combat osteoporosis, Saunders recommends exercise and “beans and greens” for a source of calcium that is not excessively high in protein. Ganmaa also recommends getting calcium from green leafy vegetables.
Furthermore, calcium intake may be less important for bone health than we’ve been led to believe. A study by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health published in 1997 found that increased consumption of milk and other calcium-rich foods by adult women did not reduce the risk of osteoporotic bone fractures. Calcium retention is also important for preventing osteoporosis. Sodium, smoking, caffeine and physical inactivity can all cause us to lose calcium.
While animal rights advocates are vegan for ethical reasons, it’s important to know that cow’s milk is not necessary for human health and foregoing dairy may have health benefits.
As we said, along with the MAMMARY GLAND pain on LEFT side came SHOULDER PINCHED NERVE pain. This pain was tremendous lasting a dozen weeks------
SHE DOESN'T KNOW WE ARE DOING THIS says HOSTING SERVER NOSY NEIGHBORS.
This pain pushed me to spend tons of money on PAIN OINTMENTS-----HEATING PADS------every kind of nerve pain relief possible. I was spending the same for pain relief for LEG CRAMPING from the LEG IMPLANT controlling leg nerve/muscle contractions.
THE GOALS OF HOSTING SERVER NOSY NEIGHBORS IN THE TELEMEDICINE EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH HAS OVERWHELMINGLY BEEN TO HARM PEOPLE----MAKE PEOPLE FRIGHTENED---AND TO SEND THEM FOR HEALTH CARE TREATMENT AND PRODUCTS ALL FROM ARTIFICIALLY STIMULATE MEDICAL PROBLEMS.
Literally during these 10 years I have spent more for HEALTH CARE/MEDICAL PROBLEMS then I have ALL MY LIFE.
What does national FAKE NEWS MEDIA say about US CITIZENS? They are being made MEDICALLY BANKRUPT.
'Causes of Pain Under Left Armpit
Let’s look in more detail at various causes of a sore left armpit and what you can do to get rid of the armpit pain naturally.
Pulled / strained muscle or tendonPulling or straining a muscle or tendon in your left arm can result in sharp pain in your armpit and shoulder blade'.
GATEWAY MEDICINE is medical profiteering through global private health systems using/harming people to get money. These HOSTING SERVER NOSY NEIGHBORS with IMPLANTS and research have a OPERATIONS CENTER-----as a main study data collection and they have SATELLITE clinics in several national locations. If our US 99% WE THE PEOPLE are being made MEDICALLY BANKRUPT---then these IMPLANTS and these ATTACKS against our body systems would be ONE SOURCE.
What happens with a pinched nerve in the shoulder?
If you buy something through a link on this page, we may earn a small commission. How this works.A pinched nerve in the shoulder occurs when a nearby structure irritates or presses on a nerve coming from the neck. This can lead to shoulder pain and numbness of the arm and hand.
Doctors may also refer to a pinched nerve in the shoulder arising from the neck as cervical radiculopathy.
An acute injury or changes to the body over time can cause a pinched nerve in the shoulder. This article will identify common symptoms, causes, and treatments for the condition.
Signs and symptoms
Disk degeneration or herniation can cause a pinched nerve in the shoulder.A pinched nerve in the shoulder will typically cause pain, numbness, or discomfort in the shoulder region.
A person may also have other symptoms, which include:
- changes in feeling on the same side as the shoulder that hurts
- muscle weakness in the arm, hand, or shoulder
- neck pain, especially when turning the head from side to side
- numbness and tingling in the fingers or hand
CausesA pinched nerve in the shoulder occurs when material, such as bone, disk protrusions, or swollen tissue, puts pressure on the nerves extending from the spinal column toward the neck and shoulder.
The spinal column consists of 24 bones called vertebrae that sit atop each other with protective, cushion-like disks between each one.
Doctors divide the spinal column into three regions based on the area of the body and the appearance of the spinal bones. These include:
- Cervical spine: Consisting of the first seven vertebrae.
- Thoracic spine: Made up of the middle 12 vertebrae.
- Lumbar spine: Consisting of the last five vertebrae.
Some common causes of a pinched nerve in the shoulder include:
- Disk degeneration: Over time, the gel-like disks between the cervical vertebrae can start to wear down. As a result, the bones can get closer together and potentially rub against each other and the nerves. Sometimes, a person will develop bony growths on their vertebrae called bone spurs. These can also press on shoulder nerves.
- Herniated disk: Sometimes a disk can stick out and press on nerves where they exit the spinal column. A person will tend to notice this pain more with activities, such as twisting, bending, or lifting.
- Acute injury: A person can experience an injury, such as from a car accident or sports activity, that causes a herniated disk or tissue inflammation in the body that presses on the nerves.
How does a doctor diagnose shoulder pain?
A doctor can use an X-ray to diagnose a pinched nerve.Doctors will start to diagnose a person's shoulder pain by taking a history and doing a physical examination.
They will ask a person about the symptoms they are experiencing, such as when they first noticed these, and what makes them worse or better. A doctor will also examine the shoulder, neck, and surrounding areas to try to identify any noticeable problems.
A doctor will often order further tests to confirm a diagnosis or rule out other causes. Examples of these tests include:
- X-ray or computed tomography (CT) scan: These tests provide details of spinal bones to help identify changes to the bones that may be pressing on a nerve.
- Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI): This test provides greater detail of soft tissue and nerves that a CT scan or X-ray cannot.
- Electrodiagnostic studies: These tests use special needles that send electrical signals to different areas of the neck and shoulder. They can test the nerve functions in the body to work out where one is compressed.
- a tendon tear
- arthritis or inflammation of the joints
- bursitis or inflammation of the fluid-filled sacs that cushion the joints
- shoulder fracture
Treatment optionsMost people with a pinched nerve in the shoulder will get better over time and do not require any treatment.
When necessary to make treatment recommendations, a doctor will consider:
- what is causing the pinched nerve
- how severe the pain is
- how the pinched nerve affects daily activities
Nonsurgical treatments for a pinched nerve include:
- taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen or naproxen
- taking oral corticosteroids to relieve inflammation
- injecting corticosteroids to reduce swelling and inflammation
- wearing a soft, cervical collar to limit movement in the neck to allow the nerves to heal
- undertaking physical therapy and exercises to reduce stiffness and improve range of motion
- taking pain-relieving medication for a short time to reduce the most immediate effects of shoulder pain
If the above treatments no longer relieve pain, a doctor may recommend surgery. Types of surgery can include:
- Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF): In this procedure, a surgeon accesses the neck bones from the front of the neck. They will remove the area of disk or bone that is causing pain before fusing areas of the spine together to reduce pain.
- Artificial disk replacement: This procedure involves replacing a diseased or damaged disk with an artificial one made from metal, plastic, or a combination of both. As with an ACDF, a surgeon will access the spinal column from the front of the neck.
- Posterior cervical laminoforaminotomy: This procedure involves making a 1- to 2-inch cut on the back of the neck and removing portions of the spine that may be pressing on the nerves in the back.
- Decompression of the suprascapular nerve: This means the surgeon tries to free up the nerve in the region of the scapular notch if this nerve is compressed.
Managing a pinched nerve in the shoulder
An ice pack can help to manage intense symptoms of a pinched nerve.The pain from a pinched nerve in the shoulder often comes and goes. When a person is experiencing intense symptoms, they may wish to try the following:
- Apply cloth-covered ice packs to the neck and shoulder blade area over a period of up to 48 hours after the pain began. After this time, they can use warm, moist heat to relieve pain.
- Sleep with a pillow designed to support the neck. These pillows are available to purchase online.
- Take anti-inflammatory or pain-relieving medications.
- Focusing on proper postures when sleeping and sitting at a desk. People can use devices, such as a hands-free phone, to avoid having to strain or move the neck repetitively. Adjusting chair and keyboard height may also reduce strain on the back.
- Engaging in regular exercise to reduce stiffness and help maintain a healthy weight.
- Having massages that can boost circulation to inflamed areas, which can aid healing. Massages can also relieve muscle tension.
OutlookA pinched nerve in the shoulder can be a painful problem that can lead to weakness, tingling, and numbness in the hand and arm.
Over-the-counter measures can usually help to reduce symptoms. If these methods do not work, surgical options are available.
People should always talk to their doctor when they have shoulder pain that lasts beyond a few days.
We will discuss tomorrow the next GLANDULAR attack by BRAIN IMPLANTS in my case of HOSTING SERVER NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG------many of these HYPO---HYPER---THYROIDISM symptoms occurred after 2010-----when IMPLANTS were criminally installed in my BRAIN----
The manipulation by IMPLANTS of THYROID can and will become DEADLY. This disrupts vital body functions and in my case I exhibited many of these THYROID attacks. VICTIMS of ILLEGALLY INSTALLED IMPLANTS can be forced to exhibit very costly and damaging symptoms and DISEASE VECTORS.
WOW-----it looks like HYPOTHYROIDISM is on the RISE in THE US------man, looks like GATEWAY MEDICINE ----to me, but I am simply a REAL LEFT SOCIAL PROGRESSIVE liberal ---I AM MAN---I AM WOMAN-----
LEAVE MY BODY ALONE TELEMEDICINE.
This is about MIND-BODY CONTROL---it is not about PUBLIC INTEREST PUBLIC WELFARE.
MAN SAY NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG-----SHE IS RUINED.
My medical records if they include all of these IMPLANT STUDY data would make one think my EYES ARE RUINED----my EARS are RUINED-------my sinus/NOSE are RUINED---my GLANDS are RUINED-----and CANCER is on the horizon.
NO ONE WILL WANT TO GIVE HEALTH INSURANCE TO ME!!!
Hypothyroidism, Neurotransmitters, and Brain Function
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Hypothyroidism is a growing concern among Americans, especially among women. Estimates claim that over 20 million Americans currently have a thyroid condition, with the majority of these thyroid imbalances being hypothyroidism.
For most patients, symptoms such as hair loss, fatigue, weight gain, dry skin, and brain fog become frustrating enough, that the patient chooses to make a doctor’s appointment. Once the appointment is made with the doctor, and a medical history and physical exam are performed, laboratory blood tests normally follow. The most commonly prescribed test for thyroid symptoms is the Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) test.
According to Dr. Datis Kharrazian’s book, Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms?, “A doctor should not evaluate thyroid function without considering the brain, which is saturated with thyroid hormone receptor sites.” Hypothyroidism is not a linear disease process, that is to say, when the thyroid gland becomes dysfunctional other bodily systems compensate as well. Due to the amount of thyroid hormone receptors in the brain, neurological symptoms frequently accompany hypothyroidism. “Neurological symptoms” can sound ominous, and hypothyroidism certainly does not equate to neurological imbalance to the level of an individual that has multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, or Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Hypothyroidism leads to a decrease in thyroid hormone production. The tissues of the brain are saturated with thyroid hormone receptor sites, or places that accept thyroid hormones in order to fulfill physiological mechanisms. When the brain does not receive thyroid hormones into the receptor sites, neurotransmitter production declines, leading to additional symptoms related to brain chemistry imbalance. This imbalance perpetuates an inflammatory cascade which leads to further brain degeneration, fewer neurotransmitters, and further inflammation. This of course leads to more symptoms.
In addition to the classic thyroid symptoms that an individual was already experiencing, brain and neurotransmitter symptoms typically associate with either the neurotransmitter serotonin, or the neurotransmitter dopamine.
Serotonin deficiency symptoms can include:
- Unprovoked anger
- Increased susceptibility to pain
- Lack of enthusiasm to favorite foods, friends, activities, etc.
- Inner rage
- Feelings of being overwhelmed
- Inability to fall into a deep/restful sleep
- Feelings of dependency on others
- Difficulty enjoying relationships
- Feelings of worthlessness and hopelessness
- Inability to handle stress
- Decreased sex drive
- Short tempered/lose temper for minor issues
- Desire to isolate one’s self from others
- Lack of concern for loved ones
- Easily distracted
- Self destructive thoughts
- Easily angered
- Increased aggression, especially under stress
- Need for caffeine to be alert
Patients that demonstrate symptoms of hypothyroidism frequently experience symptoms of neurotransmitter imbalance. Evaluating a patient’s thyroid health, and brain health is an essential step in helping the patient to achieve the level of health they deserve. Doctor’s at The Hayden Institute are trained to leave no stone unturned when it comes to getting to the cause of a patient’s symptoms. In addition be being doctors of chiropractic, Drs. Chase and Reece Hayden are trained in Quantum Neurology rehabilitation, and have extensive training in Functional Endocrinology.
Do you experience hypothyroidism or other thyroid symptoms that do not seem to be improving? There may be more to your specific symptoms than an out of range “TSH” blood test.