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I have swollen lymph nodes in my neck on the left side of my neck as well as a ear ache?

Lymph nodes. usually swell in response to infection. Combined with your ear ache, it could mean that you have an ear infection. Visit your doctor, so that you can get examined, and get a diagnosis, and treatment as necessary. Hope this helps! Read more...

Swollen lymph nodes for a month One in front of left ear on jaw, other at bottom of jawline on neck. Sore throat, sharp ear pain, headache left temple?

Infection. Sounds like you have and infection. Likely sources would be ear, throat or parotid gland. Read more...
Get checked. Swollen, tender lymph nodes indicate an infection somewhere. You need to see your doctor or an urgent care to get proper treatment. Read more...
Infectious. You have all the signs and symptoms of some infection, be it sinus, ear, throat, etc... get eval to properly diagnose your infection so you can get treated, best wishes. Read more...

Swollen lymph nodes in neck with 2 very sore knots on head dr said nothing wrong. But getting worse what is it?

Rule out tumor. Tender knots on head could be inflamed cysts or skin malignancies. If there is associated lymph nodes these could be drainage from infected lesions or spread from malignant skin tumors which are enlarging. See surgeon to consider bx of head lesions. That will tell you what the cervical nodes are and what kind of treatment necessary to resolve issue. Read more...

I have the feeling of very swollen lymph nodes and very sore neck the following day after falling and hitting back of head. My head was badly hurting following the fall, although I did not lose consciousness. Should I be concerned?

Depends. If your symptoms are improving, you may watch and wait. If the symptoms persist a week or so, without improvement, after the fall, you should see a doctor. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex, if you have sex. Get HPV vaccine. Read more...
Lymph nodes? The lymph nodes are not from the fall. They are a sign if illness or inflammation. Would let your GP check it out if things do not settle down. Read more...
Sore neck. Please your GP for assessment . Lymph nodes will have nothing to do with trauma but sore neck after a fall will need examination. More info will be needed in terms of mechanism of fall etc . . Read more...

In tears from pain in lymph nodes, pain in back of neck, horrible migraine, night chills and sweats, painful swallowing, ear ache, head & back of neck incredibly tender?

Get checked out! Putting all your symptoms together, i would say your most likely diagnosis is pharyngitis caused by either strep or mono. You need to get checked out to find the right treatment and be sure it's not something even more serious. Read more...
Infection . Sounds like you have an infection. Possible streptococcal pharyngitis? Aka strep throat. You may need antibiotics and i would see your doctor. Read more...

Jaw/mouth pain for 3 yrs. No lesions, normal lymph nodes. Been to Ent. Left sided migraines past 16 yrs. Always left ear pain with it. Now jaw pain everyday. Bulging c3 disc. NSAIDS do nothing. Constant ache every day. Klonopin helps sometimes. Help!

No easy answer. There is definitely a reason for your problem. Each possibility has to be addressed and ruled out until there is a diagnosis. I would want to be sure TMJ syndrome has been ruled out. Read more...
How long. How long has it been since your last dental check up? Please see your Dentist to evaluate for hard and/or soft tissue infections or malrelationship, signs of clenching and/or bruxism, and TMD and/or MFP. Show this note to your Dentist. If verything is within normal limits I would suggest seeing a Neurologist. Read more...