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Cervical adenopathy, neck jaw pain, fatigue, no fever, no sore throat, nodes not tender, normal CBC, x4 weeks, ideas? Labs? ENT? Endocrine? ...

Lymph nodes. any weight loss? night sweats? Are the nodes on both sides? are they anywhere else on the body? ENT may help. Endocrine may not add much.. CMP, TSH, ESR, possibly a CT soft tissue neck may be helpful. Read more...
Lab tests may help. The signs and symptoms may be related to the syndrome of dysautonomia, which may be acquired or not. Pain in jaw and neck may be related to salivary Thyroid involvement, if you have some autoimmune lymph-adenopathy such as Sjogren or Similar Diseases,your primary doc can do general serology for Most autoimmune diseases. If negative, and nodes persist, biopsy could give the correct diagnosis. . Read more...

Just reached a cold country. Had a fever and headache, now fever is gone but having cough and bad sore throat, currently coughing up brown phlegm.

URI. You are in the midst of an upper respiratory infection. The productive cough indicates there is moderate phlegm inside your lungs. Drink lots of water to help thin it out. Drink hot tea/honey for the cough and consider some cilantro (usually I do pico de gallo) to help bring up mucous. See an MD soon to make sure it's in recovery. http://www.pdrhealth.com/diseases/cough. Read more...

I've had mild headaches, very sore throat like to the point I can barely swallow salvia, food or drink. I took a flashlight and looked and seen 1 white dot on each side below my tonsils. I have mucus coming up but it hurts to cough. I also have fevers

See a doctor. You are sick and need to be evaluated and get treatment. It sounds like it's worse than the usual cold virus. It could be strep throat or mono. There are quick tests for both. You need to drink a lot of fluids, so if you cannot swallow, you may become dehydrated and need some IV fluids. See someone today. Read more...

Teen had bad headache all day (thu) at school, then fever, vomited today (sat), now his chest hurts and neck hurts (no sore throat, cough, etc)?

Influenza? Sounds a lot like the flu. If his neck is stiff, (ie has trouble touching his chin to his chest without pain), he needs to be seen in the er immediately. If he has a rash or has been exposed to ticks, he needs to be seen. If he has friends or family who have been sick & he has none of the above danger signs, you could try some tylenol (acetaminophen) or advil, clear liquids and wait. Read more...
Sounds viral. Viruses are more likely to affect many systems of the body at once however this sounds like a teenager should be seen for a possible infection from a bacteria. Read more...