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Can my cedar allergy cause a swollen lymph gland?
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Dr. Jeffrey Rumbyrt
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
In brief: Yes
Commonly seen in children, allergies can cause lymph nodes to swell.
Allergic antibody is actually produced in lymph nodes. Tonsils and adeoids can also swell in response to allergies.

In brief: Yes
Commonly seen in children, allergies can cause lymph nodes to swell.
Allergic antibody is actually produced in lymph nodes. Tonsils and adeoids can also swell in response to allergies.
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