Hey my name is Sean and I'm 14 years old. for the past two months ive had swollen lymph nodes (first on my neck then near my groin), constant everyday headaches and high fevers, and now a red small bump has grown on my face on the 7th week. I've been to many doctors including a ear nose and throat doctor and went through many tests, but no answer has been reached. Has anyone had what i had or have any idea what i might have? any help would be appreciated
hi! I have had swollen lymph nodes that have causes agony and I am only 15 yrs old. This has gone on chronically since september 2008. Along with chest pain and breathing difficulty. I have seen throat specialists and left them stumped, my doctor is too! They still don't know whats going on It's frightening. I know how stressful it is and my heart goes out to you. I hope you find out what is going on, and everything is okay.
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