anyway, Around 1 month ago I went to my doctor about swollen lymph nodes in the back on my head and behind my left ear that I had, had for a very long time, He sent me for a CBC/FBC and some other random tests, It came back completely normal and said everything was fine.
Around 1 week later, I noticed my lymph nodes in my groin had swollen, Not to a point where they're visible but I could feel them, Two in my left side and one in my right side, They're soft-ish and seemed to have appeared after a blood blister on my Penis had turned into a scab/cut.
Could of they swollen because of this cut? the cut is nearly healed over but they're still there so should I wait till the cut heals and see if they go down or go back to my doctor?
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