can be a sign of lymphoma,caer.not to scare you,but bestget it detected early.hat dr.is full of s@#t.
"Swollen lymph nodes that appear suddenly and are pain are usually due to injury or infection. Slow, painless swelling may be due to cancer or a tumor."
"Painful lymph nodes are generally a sign that your body is fighting an infection. The soreness usually goes away in a couple days, without treatment. "
You kinda idk, just ditched the doctor, you don't know how hard it is hard to study in the medical field.
Anyways, for stuffs like this, its always recommended to get a second opinion but you have to let the doctors know, so they can work out together. But I do think you're fine. You're body is just fighting against some infection, which is good because if it didn't then you'd be in a bit trouble. If you could somehow describe your feelings and what it feels, I can ask a friend of mine.
Fevers are a sign of illness too but also means your body is reacting exactly as it should.
I would ask to eliminate possibility of a Strep infection though.
How are you now?
Oooh well I hope that you're on the mend.
Also it means your body is functioning as it should by being healthy enough to fight off some infection
well, that's a crappy doctor you have there.. go get a second opinion
Yes.... so that is a healthy response.... your body is fighting the infection... do you want it to give up? mx:))
It means your body is functioning properly as in doing everything it is supposed to.
Our bodies are always fighting off things, if you are getting sick a lot, ask your doctor, and be specific.
If you had mono, I have known some people who take a very long time to completely recover from it! I would not worry about it too much, that in itself may make you sick. :)
did you tell him that before you left his office?
did she do bloodwork too?
Are you a doctor? Have you taken medical classes? Do you know what you're talking about?
No, I don't. That's why I wouldn't exactly fight someone who studied medicine for many years.
Well, you just came off as you knew what you were talking about.