Swollen Lymph Nodes
Doc .. I want to ask .. If there are lumps in the lymph nodes there are normal and not. Usually the normal can disappear by itself. Well … If there is swollen lymph but not lost but not disrupting in everyday life that is including dangerous swelling huh doc? Then the swelling is in many areas … As in the neck, hands, armpits, back, legs and many again. But it does not hurt and does not affect the patient’s heat. Then how do you handle this, Doc? Thank you dock
Hello Zahra, Thank you for your question at HealthReplies.com.
First, you need to make sure if the lump you are experiencing is really caused by swollen lymph nodes or caused by another medical condition. The human lymph glands are stretched around the ears, under the jaw, neck, back of the head, around the collarbone, armpits, in the chest cavity, in the stomach, groin, and behind the knees. If similar lumps also appear on the hands, back, and legs, then the cause is not swollen lymph nodes. Lumps that appear in several parts of the body can be caused by:
lipoma, which is benign growth of body fat tissue
sebaceous cysts, which are fluid-filled sacs formed from oil glands in the skin
If there are currently no other symptoms such as pain, redness or swelling, then you can simply monitor these symptoms first. However, when the corona virus outbreak situation is over, it is recommended that you consult further with the nearest GP so that further testing can be done to ascertain the cause. Further treatment can be given by a doctor after knowing your condition. For now, please keep your body clean by bathing regularly and avoid grabbing or trying to solve this lump.
I hope this helps.