I am experiencing neck lump or bulge, nasal congestion, cough (quality: chronic cough), ear lump or bulge and mouth lump or bulge.

See below. If you're having cold symptoms, these "bulges" could be swollen lymph nodes from infection. However, if you have that many, I think that warrants a trip to your doctor.

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