I'm 17 years old and have had generalized lymphadenopathy for the last 6 months. Was out of the country, came home and got sick for about two weeks. My symptoms were fatigue, burning with urination, sore throat and lymphadenopathy. I am not sexually active. My swollen lymph nodes have not gone away, my CBC and blood tests came back normal. It seems that my lymph nodes are getting worse, and more are appearing, but it may just be because I know they are there and seem to be constantly checking them. It seems more are appearing in my neck and groin (but im not sure, it may just be more over-worrying), but my armpit nodes have stayed the same. The doctor and my parents are convinced I am ok, but I just want to research it more.
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