Danger Of A Lump On The Back Of The Neck And Feel Sore?
2 months ago I had 4 lumps of pods scattered around my neck, back of my neck and near my ears. I went to the doctor and was given antibiotics that did not heal, finally I was operated on and one of the neck lumps was removed to be checked in the lab, I waited for several days and got a diagnosis of chronic lymphadenitis and no malignancy, the doctor said it was okay. So what I ask is whether the other lump is not dangerous? Meanwhile, until now, sometimes the back of the neck feels sore, and the most painful is the lump near the ear. Is that okay? Or I often have to consult with doctors. Thank you
Lymphadenitis is a condition of swelling of the lymph nodes caused by inflammation. The causes of lymph swelling are:
Tuberculous lymphadenitis: Tuberculosis bacterial infection Chronic lymphadenitis: Chronic (long-lasting) infection, often associated with cavities or infections in other areas of the mouth, infections of the ear Respiratory tract infections also often cause lymphadenitis in the neck area. or called lymphoma, etc. After the biopsy, the results you get point to chronic lymphadenitis. This condition is likely not dangerous. If a biopsy has been performed on one lump, the other possible causes for the lump are the same as the biopsy lump.
However, it is necessary to be aware of the causes of existing chronic infections. You should consult your doctor again and ask for advice and an explanation from your doctor regarding your condition. Doctors generally will give antibiotics to treat infections. If the infection has been resolved, swelling / lumps in the neck can slowly disappear.
Here's a suggestion for you:
Apply a healthy lifestyle Exercise regularly. Eat healthy and nutritious. Get enough rest. Get enough fluids. Here's an article about lymphadenitis
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