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What Causes a Burning Pain in the Armpit?

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Conditions that can result in a burning sensation in your armpit include peripheral artery disease or PAD; peripheral neuropathy; diabetes; a sun burn; an injury to your underarm; or a brachial plexus injury, which means you have damaged the network
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