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Neck swelling due to swollen lymph nodes for 4 years. Now having trouble swallowing. What could this be?

Throat. If the swallowing is happening with a fever get your throat looked at and cultured today. If the swallowing has been gradual in onset, see an ENT for an evaluation to look for things such as acid reflux and to evaluate the nodes. Read more...
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...