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Swollen Lymph Nodes Under Jaw
Many things: Certainly infection of the oral cavity or ears is hight on the list but of course one has to rule out lymphoma, head and neck cancer, as well as some other disorders. You should talk to your family doctor. They may try a course of antibiotics and if this is not successful..They will further investigate this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Swollen lymph nodes under jaw 1.8x1 CM and neck, sweating, body ache, high WBC (11), dental ruled out, ENT ruled out, GP ruled out, who should I see?
Swollen lymph nodes under jaw (2cm), no other symptoms, late period (2weeks late), mood wings. Lymph nodes are soft, movable and painless. Normal?
Many reasons: L lymph nodes can be a large because they may drain infection, they may be more of a systemic inflammatory , if they were one side suggested may well be a local area. Your physician should be able to help clarify why they're swollen. I am uncertain if there's any relationship to your cycle ...Read more
Swollen lymph nodes under jaw, difficulty swallowing, painful itchy swollen gums, whites sores all over tongue & cheeks, headaches, loss of appetite?
Take Vitamin-C: It may be a viral illness in which case it will settle down in one week to 10 days. Vitamin c can be helpful if you take 500mg daily for 2 weeks. If it does not go away in two weeks then you need to go see your doctor and get your blood count checked(cbc). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Constant minor sore throat, tonsiliths, swollen lymph nodes under jaw, loud breathing and more tonsil related symptoms. Chronic tonsilitis?
chronic tonsillitis?: Signs of chronic tonsillitis can include: • frequent tonsil stones, or tonsilloliths • bad breath • frequent throat discomfort and sensation of something stuck in the back of the throat • enlarged tonsils treatment for chronic tonsillitis can include antibiotics and oral gargles and rinses. If symptoms persist, surgery may be indicated. It is recommended that you see your ENT physician. ...Read more
I worked out hard a week ago with severe muscle soreness. Now I have swollen gums, swollen lymph nodes under jaw and terrible mouth sores on gums, tongue, back of throat, inside cheeks. The sores are getting worse with no relief. I also seem to be run dow
My friend is concerned she might have cancer. She feels tired, neck hurts and swollen lymph nodes under jaw and neck and breast. One ear canal is inflamed and back of skull on one side is sore. Her sinuses are clear. Dry throat but not sore.
How long does post nasal drip last? and is it usually accompanied by slightly swollen lymph node under jaw? lymph node doesnt hurt and can be moved
A long time: Post nasal drop is usually due to allergies, which can occur in certain seasons, especially spring postnatal drop can be present continuously in some persons. If it is on only one side of your nose and you have a history of head trauma, please see your doctor. Topical stetoid sprays or no sedating medications such as Zyrtec may help. In extreme cases, a consult with an allergist may be needed. ...Read more
I have a swollen lymph node under jaw it's been over two weeks and it's went down considerably and it's to the point where it feels like it's completely gone. Should I still follow up with a doctor?
Possibly.: It's possible to have swollen lymph nodes as part of a cold or other upper respiratory infection. You could consider waiting until the cold gets better & see what happens to your lymph node. It will probably get better on its own. If it doesn't, you may want to see your primary doctor about it. ...Read more
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