Left shoulder blade pain going into neck. Swollen lymph nodes. Pinched nerve?

Not a pinched nerve. Pinched nerve does not cause swollen lymph nodes. Need to see a doctor . Could be infection of other lymph node related condition.
Referred pain. The lymph chains are connected, either that or you are having myalgias related to swollen lymph nodes. You should seek medical opinion for why your lymph nodes are swollen(? Viral prodrome).

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