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Cervical Lymph Nodes Swollen
Three swollen cervical lymph nodes all on left side of neck some ear pain doctor HS seen one of them says wait 2 month fbc normal should I be worried?
Lymph nodes: The lymph nodes usually enlarge as response to an infection in the vicinity.It lasts maximum 2-3 weeks and as the infection goes away (with antibiotics usually) the lymph nodes disappear. Outside this scenario, i would be worried and demand further investigation (ct is appropriate, a blood smear and CBC with differential, as well as a bmp with enzymes markers analysis) up to an excision biopy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why is my posterior cervical lymph node swollen? It's been four months. It does not hurt but the skin around it has been itchy recently.
Lymphatic : Lymph node enlargement needs face to face exam ...Read more
Im 23 yo male.had pericoronitis last week and now have cold.i accidently found that my right side cervical lymph node is swollen.should i worry?
Infection: You dont need to worry, but you should see your dentist again to get antibiotics if there is an infection. I assume you learned about the pericoronitis from your dentist? In that case either the area should be cleaned, the wisdom tooth removed, or excess tissue removed to prevent it from happening again. ...Read more
Cervical lymph nodes swollen and sore to touch for 3yrs with and without infc. Came first with strep throat at age 19 to which antibiotics eased them. They never really went away and continued to grow. Had an U/S.Tested and told I "had" mono but currently
See a surgeon: An ENT surgeon can help you determine the cause of this and help with treatment. ...Read more
Cervical lymph nodes swollen for a year. Send rate elevated at 28 but Cbc was normal. Should I worry about lymphoma? Took antibiotics with no help.
Lymphadenopathy: A year is a long time to have enlarged lymph Nodes and given your Hashimotos, it is possibly an autoimmune lymphadenopathy. You may need to set an oncology consult to properly Evaluate, perhaps even a diagnostic biopsy tissue examined by a hematopathologist to rule out a chronic type or indolent lymphoma. Check out chapters in our book, Nonneoplastic hematopathology .. For more info. Take care. ...Read more
It is possible for a common person to seek and find their cervical lymph nodes although not swollen?
Yes: Everyone has cervical lymph nodes, which are normally the size and shape of small beans, less than 1 centimeter, smaller than a dime. If they are growing, if there are large numbers of them, or if they hurt, one can have a primary care doctor examine the nodes. ...Read more
What causes the Superficial anterior cervical lymph nodes to become swollen and stay swollen for over a year?
Enlarged nodes: There are many conditions which can cause lymph node enlargement. Some of these conditions are benign and some are malignant. Your physician will probably suggest an FNA (fine needle aspirate) where a tiny needle is used to extract cells so a pathologist can examine them. Best of luck, see your doctor. ...Read more
I just started working at a preschool obviously with lots of germs. Ever since I started my cervical lymph nodes have been swollen. Why?
Fighting infection: The most common reason to have recently enlarged lymph nodes is infection. It may be that you are fighting off infections that you are not even aware of. There are some other concerning things that can cause nodes to enlarge. These typically stay enlarged for several months, not just a few weeks. If you start having new symptoms or the nodes persist for months you should have them looked at. ...Read more
Small lump: Most posterior cervical nodes that are palpable represent metastasis to the posterior triangle of the neck, posterior to sternomastoid muscle. One can see a small nodular swelling if not palpate the structure. It usually is in close proximity to the 11th cervical n. , the levator scapulae n. which must be preserved if one suspects a disease process where the node needs bx. ...Read more
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