How To Deal With More Than 1 Lump On The Right Side Of The Neck And Swelling?
I am a 19 year old young man, recently the lymph nodes in my right neck and more than 1 swollen and the largest size is 1.8 cm. And what I feel I find it difficult to swallow and my ears are ringing. The doctor said the impression was Lympadenopathy and he said he had to have surgery.. I want to ask if this is a symptom of KGB cancer?? please explain..thank you
Thanks for the question. A lump under the neck can be caused by various health conditions such as:
swollen lymph nodes. The lymph nodes will become inflamed and enlarged if there is an infection in the body. These glands will return to normal if the infection is cured. Tuberculosis of the lymph nodes. Cancer of the lymph nodes (lymphoma) What you are experiencing is not necessarily cancer of the lymph nodes. In addition to having enlarged lymph nodes, people with lymphoma will experience other symptoms such as fever, fatigue, easy to get sick, weight loss, abdominal pain, swelling in the abdomen, cough, chest pain, and no appetite. To find out the cause of this lump, the doctor needs to ask your complaints and examine the lump in question. Then usually the doctor will also suggest an ultrasound to find out what lump you are experiencing. However, ultrasound cannot determine with certainty the cause. Usually the doctor will suggest doing a small operation in the form of a biopsy or the act of taking a tissue sample from this lump. The tissue sample will be examined in a laboratory so that the cause can be identified. Please do the action according to the doctor's advice. If the cause is known, a new doctor can determine the best treatment for you.
Hope this information is useful.