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Lymph Cleanse Drops
Mumps is a viral illness: Being that mumps is a viral illness the Amoxil will not help it. Lymph nodes are very common in children but most of the time are not significant. Giving your child and antibiotic just because there's a large lymph nodes is one of the problems that tends to lead to resistance and antibiotics. You really need someone to look at the child before you start giving antibiotics. ...Read more
10yr m. Optomitrst diagnosis episclertis-rx steroid drops.Now swollen occiptal lymph node. Saw md tested WBC only"5000 mostly lymphocytes, he's fine". Is md missing something?
OK: It sounds like your md is on top of things. If you continue to feel anxious, make another appointment or seek a second opinion. ...Read more
What to do if I have the flu and very swollen lymph nodes on my neck. Will cough drops make it worse?
Likely no: Swollen lymph node are first response from you body to fight the infection, while in your case is flu. Cough drop would be unlikely to make it worse, the infection itself would be the reason. Drink plenty of fluid and rest, keep a good hand hygiene. You should recover in several days, otherwise see your doctor. Good luck! ...Read more
I had a external ear infection which cleared up with some drops then about a week or two later i got post nasal &feels like my lymph nodes swollen.?
Ear pain/itching 5 days ago. Went to doc said it swimmers ear(didn't swim) Got drops lymph node behind ear is now swollen. No pain or itching though. ?
Large tear drop swelling under my right arm pit , ultrasound showed a enlarged lymph node, will have to see a general sergeon. Can you tell me what is ?
I don't have a fever, swollen lymph nodes, headache or rash. Just have a mild sore throat with nasal drip. Take a cough drop and it disappears for a while but comes back later. Any idea?
lymph node pathway: Lymph nodes are found throughout the body and are connected to each other by channels called lymphatics. Lymphocytes move back and forth in this system which also involves the blood, spleen and bone marrow in a large interconnecting network that protects the body from a large variety of invaders, and even cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tissue fluid: Arteries and veins carry blood cells and a serum, some of which leaks out from capillaries and bathes your tissues. It gradually accumulates and is collected in lymph channels which empty back into the heart. It traverses nodes (lymph nodes) which can be the first line of defense against infection and cancer. When blocked, like after lymph node dissection, it can accumulate causing lymphedema. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer