|swollen lymph nodes
Apr 8, 2001
hello. if you have swollen lymph nodes do they hurt? and if the ones in your neck are swollen do all of them have to be swollen like the ones in you armpits too? also could just one side of your neck's lymph nodes be swollen?
| Response from Mr. Kull
Your question is not exactly relevant to the issues of prevention and transmission discussed in this forum. If you have any concerns about symptoms, including swollen lymph nodes, try talking with your doctor. Even if someone did answer your question online, you probably wouldn't get the expertise and assurance you can only get from a doctor, IN PERSON.
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