Causes Swelling In Some Parts Of The Body?
hello doctor, I am a woman aged 45 years with 1 child. i have a cyst in the right ovary of 9 cm, but the doctor spog is not dangerous because it does not interfere.
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In diagnosing local swelling in the body, a direct examination must be carried out while the swelling is happening. Swelling must be known in advance where it came from, whether from lymph nodes, joints, muscles, skin, or internal organs. The locations you mentioned are very random so it is very difficult to determine where the swelling came from. Possible causes of swelling can vary, for example, swelling of the lymph nodes can occur due to common viral infections, infections in certain organs, cancer / malignancy in lymph nodes, cancer metastases in other organs to lymph nodes, etc. For example, swelling comes from the joints, then the causes can also vary, for example arthritis, autoimmune diseases, joint infections, etc.
Because of the specifics of the symptoms you have mentioned, it's a good idea to have yourself checked directly by an internist and check with your doctor when the disease is recurring (meaning swelling is occurring) so that the swelling can be examined directly as well.
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