I just recently had a ultrasound to rule out lymphoma based on Dr finding lymph nodes in my neck and my right armpit. None of the lymph nodes are that big, but still noticable. He never told me which ones in my neck he felt, but just that there were a few. I have notced over the last 6 months or so that the lymph nodes under my jaw seem to stick out a bit. I have attached picture, if anybody knows whether this is normal for a 24 year old male or not. A couple of my guy friends do not have the same lumps as me when I left my head up. I can feel the nodes and they fill fixed and soft/rubbery, definately not rock hard which is good news.
Just wondering if anybody had any insight on this, thanks.
PS. Click on the picture to get a better view of it. Thanks
Also I have Celiac, which is related to lymphoma, so it caused more reason to make sure these lumps were ok.
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