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Child has low fever and swollen neck lympnodes?

Child has low fever and swollen neck lympnodes?

Swollen neck nodes: Low grade fever and swollen neck nodes could indicate a viral or bacterial infection in the nose, ears or throat. Please take your child in to see his/ her pediatrician. ...Read more

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Swollen lymph nodes in my neck and 1 on my collar bone and fevers for 3 years was diagnosis with low iron should i still be worried out cancer?

Swollen lymph nodes in my neck and 1 on my collar bone and fevers for 3 years was diagnosis with low  iron should i still be worried out cancer?

Lymphnodes: Lymphnodes should be monitored aggressively with your symptoms, especially with some in the collar bone area. you may benefit form scanning and even a biopsy to be safe. Best wishes. ...Read more

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I have had a sore throat and low grade fever for 3 days I am also having difficulty breathing and my lymph nodes are swollen what could it be?

I have had a sore throat and low grade fever for 3 days I am also having difficulty breathing and my lymph nodes are swollen what could it be?

Get it evaluated: Though antibiotics aren't needed for respiratory viral infections, a sore throat may need immediate antibiotic therapy for streptococcal infections since it is contagious. Additionally, a healthcare professional can assess for other things such as postnasal drip, primary HIV infection, retropharyngeal abscess, and others, depending on the specifics of your case. ...Read more

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I have swollen lymph nodes cold symptoms some low fever got a rash after taking amox. No white throat do I have mono?

I have swollen lymph nodes cold symptoms some low fever got a rash after taking amox. No white throat do I have mono?

You could have: mononucleosis....a simple blood test will give the answer. However your illness sound like an ordinary cold virus! Hope this helps Dr Z ...Read more

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2.5 days sick w/ low fever, swollen lymph nodes, sore throat, tired. Feeling better but left tonsil bleeds when touched & reoccurring tonsil stones.

2.5 days sick w/ low fever, swollen lymph nodes, sore throat, tired. Feeling better but left tonsil bleeds when touched & reoccurring tonsil stones.

Need an exam: This HT tap is not designed to diagnose and treat illness. If your feeling sick, as your question suggests, you should see a physician who can examine you and make a proper diagnosis. Get well soon. ...Read more

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I've been having hot flashes, fever and my neck has been feeling tight and swollen and so are my lymph nodes in my neck, what could this be?

I've been having hot flashes, fever and my neck has been feeling tight and swollen and so are my lymph nodes in my neck, what could this be?

Many possibilities: To get this resolved without making guesses over the internet you must be examined and a full history obtained. Go and see your local pcp. ...Read more

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4 year old had fever for two days, noticed swollen nodes on side of neck as well. Fever gone for two days now. When will lymph nodes go back down?

4 year old had fever for two days, noticed swollen nodes on side of neck as well. Fever gone for two days now. When will lymph nodes go back down?

Weeks: Normal reactivity (swelling) in lymph nodes will cycle up/down over a 3-4 week period. Neck nodes are easily detected since they overlie muscles rather than being buried in tissue. If bug bites/colds/vaccines/skin rashes in the area occur they can persist. ...Read more

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4 y/o has had a swollen lymph node in lower side of neck, easily movable, about 1.5-2 CM for 5 mos. Cbc normal, no fevers, node unchanged. Normal?

4 y/o has had a swollen lymph node in lower side of neck, easily movable, about 1.5-2 CM for 5 mos. Cbc normal, no fevers, node unchanged. Normal?

Monitoring Centers: Lymphatic system absorbs/carries things too big to go into the arteries/veins like bacteria eaten by white cells/digested food. Lymph nodes "taste" the lymph everywhere for bad stuff like bacteria/viruses/cancers, etc. When it detects a problem, it alerts the immune system and your body reacts. They enlarge in response to the inflammation they create when they react. They shrink when all is well. ...Read more

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Pain at my submental lymph node. Comes and goes.not swollen.lasts for 2 mins. No fever.i have neck and back ache?

Pain at my submental lymph node. Comes and goes.not swollen.lasts for 2 mins. No fever.i have neck and back ache?

Submandibular gland: We would need more information to give a complete diagnosis. Feel free to use the consult request if you wish to get more information. With that said, a few other common causes of pain and bumps in that area includes swelling of the submandibular gland's, rannula, and thyroglossal duct cysts. These can be intermittent, and chronic or acute in nature. ...Read more

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For over a month I have had a stiff neck (or possibly swollen lymph nodes) on my right side and no fever or other symptoms. What could it be?

For over a month I have had a stiff neck (or possibly swollen lymph nodes) on my right side and no fever or other symptoms. What could it be?

Be seen: I would certainly consider being seen, particularly if it has not improved over a month. If it is from swollen lymph nodes, these are usually associated with some form of infectious or inflammatory process. The other possibility is that it is related to some underlying abnormality in the spine itself. A detailed exam and appropriate studies would determine the likely cause. ...Read more

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I have one swollen tonsil but no fever. Yellowish spots on that tonsil. One swollen lymph node on neck. Could it be strep?

I have one swollen tonsil but no fever. Yellowish spots on that tonsil. One swollen lymph node on neck. Could it be strep?

Could be: A unilateral (one sided) infection is always problematic. Many otolaryngologists (ent doctors) worry that a unilateral swelling of a tonsil may be serious. It would be wise for you to get an opinion by a specialist in ear, nose and throat diseases for a diagnosis. ...Read more

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Daughter developed a rash starting at her neck and spread across her trunk. No fever but a lymph node at the base of her skull is swollen?

Daughter developed a rash starting at her neck and spread across her trunk.  No fever but a lymph node at the base of her skull is swollen?

Rash in toddler: Most rashes that spread extensively in toddlers are due to viral infections, and are often associated with enlarged lymph nodes. Eczema or other similar eruptions should also be considered. Your pediatrician or dermatologist should be able to help you sort this out. Best wishes ...Read more