Nonsmoker, nondrinker. Sore throat for three months. Swollen lymph nodes on left side. No fever. Antibiotics did not help much. Came right back?
See your doctor. Despite being a non-smoker and non-drinker, these symptoms could possibly be related to a more serious medical condition and should be evaluated by a physician, either an internist or an ENT (ears, nose throat doctor.
Swollen lymph nodes on left side. Sore throat on that side for about three months. No fever. Real excessive phlegm formation?
Go to see ENT. Go to see an ENT for further evaluation. While it could be just an infection, however other thing like growth or mass/rumor can be presented with chronic sore throat- especially if you are a smoker and also drink alcohol, your risk for developing head and neck cancer is elevated. Read more...
Swollen lymph node in the neck and three small ones in the front of the neck. No fever or sore throat. Just achy and tired. College student. Worried!!
Lymph nodes swollen . Most likely viral infection but if persists for more than a week or so see your doc for a more detailed evaluation. Read more...