I have had swollen lymph nodes in neck and groin for about 8 months. Already tried antibiotics. Now more are swelling. Should I be concerned?
Abnormal lymph nodes. I would get them checked by a surgeon and get an excisional biopsy so we know exactly what is going on. Should you be concerned? Perhaps not. But it is better to have it checked out.
Neck swelling due to swollen lymph nodes for 4 years. Now having trouble swallowing. What could this be?
See ENT MD. Swelling in the neck can be from several causes, enlarged lymph nodes, enlarged thyroid, thyroglossal duct cyst, and esophageal diverticulum. You should see an otolaryngologist, or ear-nost-throat specialist to evaluate the swelling and reason for difficulty swallowing. The treatment for each is entirely different. Read more...