Don't be poking and probing your lymph nodes. You'll make them swell and hurt Swollen lymph due to ARS are not pain and are generalized. Just having swollen lymph nodes beneath your arm pits are not ARS symptoms.
I have had a swollen lymph node in my neck for almost 2 weeks. The first few days it was red and tender. Now it is barely noticeable but it is still there.
now i am not sure if i have swollen nodes in my armpit. i cant feel any nodes in my armpit, but it feels as if my left armpit is fatter than the right. i dont know if its lump or nodes or what because i cant see/feel anything.
my right lymphoids in the groin area have been hurting me for 3 weeks, very painful, now i start feeling the pain on the left side but lesser. no other lymphoid are swollen.
are these signs of HIV?
im panicking and going to a doctor in a few days.
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