There are many such bumps under the skin (not on the skin, but inside the skin) of the neck (as shown in the picture) and both sides of the armpits, not red, not itchy and not painful, this picture is red because I just pinched it and found that it moves with the skin and has smooth borders.Is it a lymph node?Will it get worse?Do I need treatment?
Your picture was not uploaded successfully, so I can't see the picture you uploaded here. However, according to your symptoms, if the kneading is hard, it belongs to the subcutaneous fibroma, which is smooth and can slide, and there is no redness or swelling on the skin surface.
These small subcutaneous fibroids are mostly benign lesions, and the size change is usually not particularly obvious within a short period of time, so you can also observe or go to a public hospital for minor surgery.
A lump inside the skin may be a lymph node, or it may be caused by an enlarged lymph node.Swollen lymph nodes are a common symptom, mainly considered to be related to various infections, such as bacterial and fungal infections that cause inflammatory reactions, resulting in swollen lymph nodes that are more obvious when touched with the hand.
If it is lymphadenitis, then it will appear relatively hard texture of small bumps, but also appear to move, so for this situation you are advised to go to the hospital in a timely manner, through ultrasound and other related tests to confirm the diagnosis, and then give timely targeted treatment.And you must pay attention to maintain a good state of mind in general.