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If I Had Swollen Lymph Nodes For Longer Than 2 Years They Must Be Benign Right
Not always.: While it is true that lymph nodes that remain stable in size are "more likely than not" to be cancerous, that is not an absolute rule. In fact, many lymphomas may grow very slowly and not demonstrate any appreciable change in size over a few years. I advise you to seek out medical evaluation, if for no other reason than peace of mind. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Swollen lymph nodes around jaw after strenuous workout. First couple of times at the gym in 8 years. Dr said its viral. How long will this last?
1 wk: Should this persist more than 1 wk, get it checked. ...Read more
Husband has swollen lymph nodes behind left ear, unsure how long few weeks at least. Two swollen spots and not sure if I should be worried?
I had swollen lymph nodes a long time ago and when i got rid of them the area between my neck and left shoulder got swollen it wasn't even painful its?
How?: I don't understand "when I got rid of them" since I don't know of any way to reduce lymph swelling (until the disease process has been controlled or faded away by itself as in the case of a viral infection) without medication. Is the swelling still present? If it has been present for more than a couple of weeks or getting worse, better consult your doctor. ...Read more
I have had swollen lymph nodes come and go for about 3 months now. No other symptoms, and I have used the same deodorant for over 10 years.
Where: Dependent on where the gland swelling is. But for this to be present for 3 months is not a normal occurrence I would suggest seeing your DR and getting a full exam to find the etiology of the swelling. ...Read more
Ive had swollen lymph nodes for 5 years, ive had blood tests done and everything came back fine. They've never grown. Are they jusy permanent?
They are fine: They are your friends. Leave them alone. ...Read more
I've had swollen lymph nodes for a week should I see a doctor or wait a little longer and see if they go away on their own?
Below: Swollen lymph nodes are always concerning. If they completely disappear in the next week to ten days, then it is less concerning. If there is any question, any residual swelling, or if you have other symptoms-sweating, fever, fatigue, then you need to be seen. In short, you must feel completely normal and the noses gone or you need to see a DR. ...Read more