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Soreness And Pain In Neck Glands Hyperparathyroidism
A cold sore turned into a very swollen distorted lower facial area and swollen neck glands. What could this be attributed to?
Please have this: Checked to rule out a secondary bacterial infection. ...Read more
No fever, neck glands hurts. Size of large marble yesterday and seem bigger today. Sore to touch and move.
Tender neck mass: See an ENT doc right away... This could be a lymph node or an infected neck cyst. ...Read more
Back of right side of my neck has a sore lump. Told had mono in Jan.front neck glands not sore now but extreme fatigue still there. Lump due to mono?
Posibly: But without examination - it isn't possible to know. Take care. ...Read more
Sore throat (neck area) hurts to swallow plus cough. Neck glands bigger on left side but right side is sore. How is that possible?
Pharyngitis/tonsilli: When you have infection in the tonsils or pharynx it is not uncommon to have lymph nodes in the neck. These nodes do not have to be the same size or consistency on both sides. ...Read more
Dr. can check throat: Infections of the tonsils, throat, neck lymph nodes, or sinuses, can cause sore throat and neck ache. For some people, ear pressure or ear pain can also cause sore throat, and neck ache or headache. A primary care doctor can check to see if it is a routine problem such as strep throat, which needs antibiotics. For pain, there is Tylenol (acetaminophen), Motrin, and other over-the-counter drugs. ...Read more
Can sinus problems cause a sore palate and jaw/neck glands without any other cold like symptoms like runny nose etc.?
I have neck pain, fluid behind ear, swollen glands in neck and cold sore all on the right side. Dr. Put me on amoxil (amoxicillin) and steriods. Is this normal?
Is what normal?: The symptoms of neck pain, swollen glands, fluid behind the ear drum and cold sore all strongly suggest that you have a viral upper respiratory infection. The treatment with amoxacillin therefore might not be indicated. A general rule that most ENT physicians follow is this: if symptoms are getting worse after 5 days or not better after 10 days, we recommend empirically an antibiotic. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a sore throat, runny nose and sore neck glands, one gland is slightly enlarged, also ver tired, but I do work nights so could be part of that. ?
Sore throat : Your night shift has nothing to do with the symptoms. It could contribute to it as your timing outside the house being at night may predispose you to colder temperatues and you could catch more infections in the cold. You should see your doctor as you could have strep throat or mono if you have neck glands. ...Read more
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