about one months ago I went to doctors and he said I had an upper respitory infection and swollenSwollen glandsgalnds gave me antibiotics but did not work. Went to ENTAbdomen - swollen
Adolescent control test
Adolescent test or procedure preparation
Alopecia, under treatment
Amenorrhea - primarydoctor and he said I had sinuses and nasalJuvenile angiofibroma
Nasal mucosal biopsy
Nasal spray flu vaccinedrip, he gave me flonase. I have been taking it. But two and a half months later my glands are still swollenSwollen glands(did not get smaller or larger yet). I am just concerned about cancer. I read about HodgkinHodgkin's disease, liver involvement
Non-hodgkin's lymphoma's disease. I go back to the ent in a few weeks but am really stressed out about having cancer. I also started the other day with a small rash on stomach it looks more like an irritation not sure if it has anything to do with my glands swollen. I also had ear pain in the beginning but better now with the Flonase. Why would my glands stay swollen? How long does it usually take to go down? Could it be cancer? Thanks.
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