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hello, I've been looking for help everywhere and I've decided to take matters into my own hands, i have just one question, i have painful bumps everywhere under my skin painful lymph nodes everything im going crazy thinking it's lymphoma but their not swollen just painful, please help, thank you
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replied May 16th, 2010
In most cases, lymphoma is a painless disesase. There are many causes for painful lumps in or under the skin, including infections, and enlarged lymph nodes that are reacting to nearby infection or inflammation.


You should see your doctor, and have him/her examine these lesions.


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