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Swollen Submandibular Gland
Many things...: What you describe could be the result of an infection, a stone in the duct or gland, a cyst or a growth, just to name a few of the more likely possibilities. I suggest that you consult with an oral surgeon as soon as possible. Based upon his\her findings, you may need to be referred to a physician for further evaluation. ...Read more
See: See your primary care physician to determine whether or not it's viral or bacterial in nature, or something else. ...Read more
What can cause swollen submandibular glands? hiv? just have a little night sweats (no need to change sheets)
Calculi: Swollen submaxillary glands are inflammatory in nature for the most part and usually attributed to calculi. Submax carcinoma is one of rarest of salivary gland tumor sites. One must differentiate if these are salivary glands or lymph gland involvement but lymph glands bilat would also be rare and mostly one sided in submaxillary region. ...Read more
Dangers with swollen submandibular glands and or swollen parotid glands? The ones I have swollen I can feel under the jaw and it hurts ears at times.
I have a swollen submandibular gland, night sweats, weight loss, irregular period, abdominal pain, history of ulcers, & leg itching that bruises. ?
Painless swollen submandibular glands times 6 months, fatigue, nausea, night sweats, loss of appetite, headaches. What could this mean?
Swollen right submandibular gland, little pain, happened 4th time, goes away in 1-2 days. What could it be and what kind of doctor should I see? Ent?
See ENT: Could be a small stone causing minor blockage of the gland's duct or some inflammation of a lymph node associated with the gland. Not likely anything sinister if it just comes and goes. Probably worth getting it checked by an ENT doc, maybe a ct scan for peace of mind. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sore throat to where i can hardly swallow my own spit, swollen left submandibular gland only, headache, feels like bodys shutting down what is this?
Uri: Sounds like a viral syndrome or flu virus with muscle aches, pains and sore throat. Fever is common with many viruses. Give the symptoms time to improve. Take Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen for the pain and fever. Drink plenty of fluids. Get your rest and if symptoms last more than a week, consider seeing your doctor. ...Read more
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