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Doctor insights on: Fibromyalgia Swollen Neck

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Dr. Laurence Badgley
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Fibromyalgia (Definition)

Widespread pain and tenderness on palpation of specific muscle points, associated with variety of other symptoms that include fatigue, sleep disturbances, depression, ...Read more


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Why are both sides of my neck swollen?

Why are both sides of my neck swollen?

You need exam: You need to be examined not enough info given here to make an educated guess. That's what we would be doing online without an exam. See your physician. ...Read more

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One side of my neck is swollen..Reasons?

One side of my neck is swollen..Reasons?

Wow: Painful? Fever? Midde of neck? Side of neck? Trouble swallowing? Important questions. No way to answer this without an exam. Go see a doctor. ...Read more

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What do you suggest if my neck is swollen on one side!?

What do you suggest if my neck is swollen on one side!?

Neck: Depends on its location. Could be a gland of saliva, infection or other things if it's red, tender or you have a fever check it out ASAP. Either way it merits seeing an ent ...Read more

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The left side of my neck is swollen. What could it be?

The left side of my neck is swollen.   What could it be?

Many things: Anything from swollen lymph nodes from recent dental work or tooth infection, through deep-seated neck tissue infection, to cancer. Go get yourself checked. If you can't swallow or have difficulty breathing, go to the er. ...Read more

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How long does stiff neck associated with fibromyalgia last?

How long does stiff neck associated with fibromyalgia last?

Can be chronic: U may want to check with u pcp for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more

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Lymphnodes swollen in neck for 3 years could it be lymphoma?

Lymphnodes swollen in neck for 3 years could it be lymphoma?

3 years?: Unlikely to be malignancy if the nodes have been around (and unchanged) for 3 years. If you have seen changes recently or are having other symptoms (swallowing/breathing problems, fevers/night sweats), see an ENT surgeon for evaluation. ...Read more

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All of a sudden one side of my neck is swollen, what could be the cause?

All of a sudden one side of my neck is swollen, what could be the cause?

Infection?: If one side is swollen and tender it could be infection in your mouth..Other reasons could account for the swelling like allergies. Call your dentist to make sure your teeth are ok chuck. ...Read more

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What to do if I got sunburnt and my lower neck and shoulders are swollen!?

What to do if I got sunburnt and my lower neck and shoulders are swollen!?

Cool and moisturize: Topical cooling will relieve pain immediately. Refrigerated aloe works best. For highly sensitive areas a topical anesthetic can be used under a physicians direction. Oral antinflammatories such as Ibuprofen can provide relief over the first few days. After cooling apply a rich moisturizer such as aquaphor or biafine. ...Read more

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Can you lymphnodes or glands in your neck area hurt even if they are not swollen?

Possible...: You may have simply turned your head to far to one side and caused a small stretch. Give it a few days and see if your neck still hurts. ...Read more

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How long can ur neck lympnoses be swollen before you start having symptoms of lymphoma?

How long can ur neck lympnoses be swollen before you start having symptoms of lymphoma?

Neck lymph nodes: Neck lymph nodes can be enlarged for many reasons: infections, inflammatory conditions, eczema, lymphoma and others. Diagnosis has to be made first. Lymphoma may not cause any symptoms other than enlarged painless lymph nodes. Sometimes patients with lymphoma experience "b" symptoms: fevers, fatigue, night sweats, itching, and weight loss. Please see your doctor for a diagnosis as soon as possible. ...Read more

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Rubbery small, not movable swollen lymph on the back right side of my neck , is it something serious?

Probably not.: If you feel well, the lymph nodes are 1 cm or less in diameter and are not growing or tender, are rubbery, not rock hard, they are most likely benign. If any of the above is not true, you need to see a physician to have them checked out. ...Read more