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Lumps On Both Sides Of Throat
Fat long fleshy lumps along both sides of throat. cause a lot of discomfort. went to the doctor and didn't know what it was.
Lymph node: throat infection may cause enlargement of lymph nodes, like fleshy lumps, please f-up with your doctor again ...Read more
Pharyngitis: The fact that you're losing your voice indicates a something is irritating your vocal chords (either false or true chords). It may be postnasal drip coming from her sinuses or other bacterial infection. The lumps your feeling on the side of your neck are lymph nodes in your cervical chains or jugulodigastric under the sharp angles of your jawbone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Squishy lumps@base of neck in triangle area above collarbone. Sides of face swelling w/ numbness. Pain n large veins both sides of throat. Doc no help?
Follow up: I would recommend you follow up to be seen directly. Although there are multiple possibilities, one of the more likely findings you are describing is lymphadenopathy, in which the lymph nodes are abnormally seollen often related to an infectious or inflammatory process. You should be seen and fully evaluated for this and other potential causes. ...Read more
Sore throat I have had a sore throat for over a month and i got a strep throat test and it came back negative and the left side of the throat is the only side that hurts but both sides are red and the left side of the tonsil feels like it has a lump but i
Lumps on both sides of neck.Growing.Observed month back.Painlessness. 20yrs old girl. No health problems. Worried about lumps. Wat might be the reason?
Mandatory checkup: This condition must be examined by a physician and comprehensive blood work obtained. Do not ignore these issues and i would suggest at a minimum, cbc, sed rate, cmp. Thyroid evalaution , immune workupand if necessary a ct scan of your neck. Do not ignore these symtoms. ...Read more
Have lumps on both sides of trac/neck drs pa examined them and feels i will prob need to see a surg, also donr blood work for it whys blood work needed?
Painless lumps on both sides of neck, from past one month which are growing slowly. Age:22, female. Will that results in cancer. Worried. Please help?
Neck lumps : Most lumps on neck are due to inflamed lymph nodes which most of the time are of benign nature. Infections can cause this type of reaction and they usually resolve on their own or after infection has resolved. Lymph nodes that persist, are hard and do not move need to be checked more closely. If that is the case a visit to the ENT is recommended. ...Read more
2 yr old little lumps under skin on both sides of neck, always had them since a baby, never grown or changed, smaller than a pea. What could they be?
Normal: And likely lymph nodes based on your description. Next time he/she has a check up, mention them to your physician to confirm this. All the best. ...Read more
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I have these hard lumps sorta thing at the base of my neck at the sides. It's present both sides of my neck above collarbone. What is it?
Baby is 12m old and i just noticed little pea size lumps in her neck running up from her collar bone to jaw on both sides. Shes not been ill recently.
I have lumps under my jawline on both sides that are pea sized and similar but sore lumps on neck behind the right ear tender bumps on scalp with scab?
Lumps in throat: Hello, these lumps are probably either tonsils or tonsil like lymph tissue. It is normal to have an asymmetry i. The numbers of these tissues. Check with your doctor for confirmation. ...Read more
Two lumps on the left side of neck and white patches in left side of throat that are spreading to right side. What could this be?
Have right side throat dicomfort, affected when sitting around not being active, when active, working , or gym not an issue. Nothing swollen, don't feel any lumps. No problem eating , drinking ect. Its gone on now for 6 months some days don't feel it bu
This : This symptom association with inactivity is an unusual complaint that intuitively is not obvious. If it is bothering you this much i would recommend a proper ENT exam and evaluation. ...Read more
I had my tonsils removed a few years ago but I have two "lumps" on either side of the back of my throat?
What to do if I have 5 lumps on my right side of my neck. One kinda on my collar bone. One about a inch from my throat that?
Do not ignore: Most likely infection and not cancer. However, could be lymphoma. Also, there are higher rates of throat/tonsil cancer with neck lymph nodes in younger people (even nonsmokers) due to HPV infection. However, remember this is most likely an infection. It may need treatment with an antibiotic. If lumps persist, however, just do not forget that cancer is a potential cause. ...Read more
Tonsils removed 2011. Lumps in throat where tonsils were for 2 mo. Now. Same color as throat, no white. Some irritation. 6 or 7 lumps each side...?
Lymph follicles: If your palatine tonsils (throat) have been properly removed, then the presence of these bumps may be lymphoid follicles. When the tonsils are removed you can still get upper respiratory infections. There are still lymph follicles in the throat acting as a first line of defense. I would recommend you consult your ENT doctor who removed your tonsils for reassurance. ...Read more