Lumps In The Neck Never Disappear Accompanied By Fever And Cold Sweat?
Tonight, I want to ask. My neck has a lump about 2 years ago, but I used to check the lab check and biopsy but the lab results were normal and the results of the biopsy were said not to be malignant. During that time I tried taking the medicine but I didn’t continue. He said I was just anemic, but strangely the lumps did not disappear “until now even sometimes disappear sometimes appears, with the sign” fever, cold, sweaty, trembling, Tp not enlarged, sometimes d hold pain. Not just a lump, but there are more than 2 big ones, small 3-5s. so my weight dropped drastically, what’s the solution? Thank you …
Hello Nurul, thank you for asking.
Lumps in the neck can occur in various conditions. Unfortunately you did not mention where the lump occurred. Some conditions that might cause your symptoms are:
Infection or inflammation of the lymph nodes called lymphadenitis
An immune reaction against a form of infection in certain parts of the body. Infection can be caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites. The body's immune cells will be triggered to work more actively in conditions of infection. Lymph nodes as storage locations for immune cells will work extra so they can be enlarged. Enlargement can also occur lost and arise according to the appearance of symptoms of infection such as fever, weakness, coughing colds, or nausea vomiting.
Glandular TB, where TB germs don't nest in the lungs but nest in the lymph nodes. Glandular TB must be treated the same as the pulmonary TB treatment pattern.
Lymph node tumors in the form of benign or malignant tumors. Generally, malignant tumors will enlarge rapidly, the palpability cannot be clearly distinguished between the tumor and normal tissue, and the tumor cannot be moved with palpation. In general, if the tumor is malignant, a person may experience weight loss and no appetite.
Lipoma is a benign fat tissue tumor.
Neck area cyst. Generally docile.
If the lump is in the neck under the jaw, eating possibly inflammation of the salivary glands or parotitis.
If the lump is on the front neck close to the top of the sternum, there may be an infection or a thyroid gland, hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, or thyroid tumor.
Please consult with your doctor directly, so that the diagnosis can be established. It may be necessary to check for signs of infection in the blood, check for thyroid function, or you can also do a CR-scan, MRI, or repeat biopsy.
Hopefully this information can help you. Regards.