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Could swollen lymph nodes be connected to my pernicious anemia or is this something more serious?

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Dr. William A Biermann
Internal Medicine - Oncology
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In brief: Unlikely

Pa is an immune disorder that interferes with the absorption of b12.
Swollen nodes have many causes, often benign. You should see your doctor to answer your concerns and put your mind at ease.

In brief: Unlikely

Pa is an immune disorder that interferes with the absorption of b12.
Swollen nodes have many causes, often benign. You should see your doctor to answer your concerns and put your mind at ease.
Dr. William A Biermann
Dr. William A Biermann
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Dr. Edward Gold
Internal Medicine

In brief: No

Lymphadenopathy is not a symptom of pernicious anemia.
You should consult your physician.

In brief: No

Lymphadenopathy is not a symptom of pernicious anemia.
You should consult your physician.
Dr. Edward Gold
Dr. Edward Gold
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