Question by  evenground (3)

What could be causing a burning pain in my arm and edema with fast onset?

it's been 2 days, I have no bites and it's not an allergic reaction


Answer by  cherry (102)

Your lymph nodes is most probabaly injured and may be due to overexertion or overstretching. One may also have an infection of the nodes.


Answer by  noey1958 (1405)

One possible reason for this is you might have a blood clot in the arm. The edema could be swelling. You should seek a Doctors opinion right away and watch for heat in the area and measure the size of one arm from the other.


Answer by  Marsha (2337)

There has to be an injury to the swollen area. It might be that you do not even remember the injury or were aware of it but it did some damage. You need to see a dcotor.


Answer by  twyla158 (82)

You could have Cellutis, which is a bacterial infection. While you may not have a bite, you may have a cut through which bacteria can enter. With Cellutis, there may be tenderness in the area or pain and swelling.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well it could be possible that you have pulled a muscle or a nerve. Therefore, your arm may be sprained temporarily. Is there any thing that you did that may have caused your arm to hurt? Sometimes it is from fatigue as well. You may need to add some iron to your diet.


Answer by  Glw (22)

One possible cause of your pain and swelling could be a blood clot. Do seek the advice and attention of a physician as soon as possible.

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