Well i have had 6 swolllen lymph glands on my neck for 2 months and they dont hurt. They havnt got any bigger or smaller. My ent says there in normal range, but iam scared. Two months before i had a cbc and everything was ok then they swelled. I had a ultrasound done,i guess they look normal. My head tends to itch then stop i dont know if thats causing it. I dont know if i should worry i dont know why there so inflammed. Iam fine other wise except i am lightheaded alot n i get vertigo. Someone please help me
Have they done any kind of throat culture to see if you have an infection? Do you have any allergies? Do you smoke? The fact that your head itches, it could be some allergic reaction. Maybe try an allergist or infectious disease specialist if the ENT isn't helping.
I get swollen glands in my throat often. My ears hurt too, then it goes away. The doctor thinks it's part of fibromyalgia. I'm not saying you have that, but you can check it out. That would be a rheumatologist. Do you have any joint or muscle pain?
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