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Lymph Node Near Ear
Doc said I have viral pharyngitis can this cause swollen lymph node near ear to burn? Sometimes the node is.In flamed and sonetimes not.
Yes: Our lymphatic system helps to drain infectious material and waste from different areas of the body. A lymph node can become enlarged & sore when this occurs. Here is a good site to learn more about the lymph nodes in that area & what they drain: http://quizlet.Com/324818/neck-and-lymph-nodes-flash-cards/. ...Read more
Painful swollen lymph nodes near ear and jaw. Sudden onset not sick side of face swollen and tender wait it out or seek care now?
Seek care now: It is best to be seen soon in situations like this. This could be an infection that requires antibiotics and it is best to get it diagnosed soon. Your primary care physician or other general practitioner should be able to get the right diagnosis. All the best, ariel. ...Read more
What could be the cause of burning sensation in lymph node behind ear near jaw and some ringing in that ear from time to time?
Possible infection: Lymph nodes are localized groups of white cells that are designed to attack foreign tissue, especially infections. When activated, there can be a burning sensation to the surrounding tissues. Ringing in the ear is a non specific symptom, but may be associated with inflammation and infection. Best to have this checked out. ...Read more
Soft pea size red painful lump behind right ear and feels like its dripping , also a swollen lymph node below the ear near jawline. What to do ?
The cause of burning sensation and swollen in lymph nodes behind ear near jaw and neck and supra sternum notch+ fatigue for 7 days+ear ache +feverish?
Ominous symptoms: I suggest a comprehensive examination, blood testing, clinical evaluation, diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Have pain for year which I believe is lymph node near scm muscle under ear lobe and by jaw line. Seen ENT and CT scan normal. Any treatment?
I have a hard painless lymph node in front of ear, it has been there for at least 3 weeks, my dr is not worried about it, should i seek another dr?
Probably: Watch it a while longer. Could have drained the infection from the stye & just take a while to resolve. If not gone in another month it should be looked at again ...Read more