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What's going on? Back pain and swollen lymph nodes for 3 months?

What's going on? Back pain and swollen lymph nodes for 3 months?

Cannot say.: There is not enough information from what you have described to know what is going on. However, 3 months of back pain certainly justifies seeing a health care provider for help. Good luck. ...Read more

Dr. Steven Ginsberg
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Enlarged Lymph Nodes (Definition)

Enlarged lymph nodes are a clinical finding in which the lymph nodes, which are parts of the immune system, are bigger than in a normal, healthy person. This can be caused by infections, cancers, ...Read more


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Bone pain legs arms back pain swollen lymph nodes slurred speech. What are these symptoms of?

Bone pain legs arms back pain swollen lymph nodes slurred speech. What are these symptoms of?

Toxins: Bone pain is a specific finding in cadmium toxicity and is known a itai-itai disease. That means ouch ouch as a pain response to touching the bones. Other symptoms also fit this picture. Find a doctor to detoxify you from these toxins. Acam is a source for referral. ...Read more

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What could cause swollen lymph nodes in groin and back pain?

Hard to say: There are several possible cause of such symptoms. The best approach is to see your doctor for a complete exam. They may wish to get a ct scan depending on the results of the findings on exam. ...Read more

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I fell down the stairs two nights ago, and now I have swollen lymph nodes and my back pain keeps getting worse. Should I get checked?

Absolutely get check: Dear Singram: The most worrisome thing about what you are describing is that your back pain keeps getting worse. Usually, after you fall, you should expect the pain to reach its worst in the first 24 hours or so and then to start getting better. The fact that your pain keeps getting worse is a cause for concern. So please get checked by a physician. All the best, Ariel ...Read more

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103 degree fever, insane headache, aches, tiredness, lower back pain, sore throat, swollen painful lymph nodes. Feel like I'm dying :'( What is it?

103 degree fever, insane headache, aches, tiredness, lower back pain, sore throat, swollen painful lymph nodes. Feel like I'm dying :'( What is it?

See a doctor: Sounds like an infection, possibly flu, but we can not diagnose this over the internet. With the high fever and multiple symptoms, the best course is to see a doctor right away for examination and appropriate tests. ...Read more

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Can an ovarian cyst be causing swollen lymph nodes in groin (noticeable, not painful for months) and lower back pain?

Not typically : A "typical" ovarian cyst should not be associated with lymphadenopathy, although can be associated with back pain. A goid checkup with your medical doctor or gynecologist would probably be a good place to start. ...Read more

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1. Can swollen lymph nodes in groin be not visible or be felt when palpated? 2. Can lower back pain cause pain in pelvic area 3. Normal bowel & urinie

1. Can swollen lymph nodes in groin be not visible or be felt when palpated?
2. Can lower back pain cause pain in pelvic area
3. Normal bowel & urinie

Yes yes yes: Yes yes yes. MRSA can persist as can viral infections. I'm sorry you are having to ask these questions in this forum. Sometimes it takes a really dedicated doctor to get to the bottom of things. You are asking good questions. I trust you will find out why your white count is elevated. You may need to exclude uncommon conditions (abnormal white cell function or production, celiac disease, etc) ...Read more

Dr. Qamar Khan
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Pain In The Back (Definition)

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Back Pain (Definition)

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