The Cause Of The Appearance Of A Lump In The Neck That Is Missing Arises?
Hello docUmur I am 13 years old I have a gland in the neck of the right side and the gland sometimes disappears sometimes I appear in the hospital and when I arrive at the hospital I do a check and the results I get typed 1/80 And my memory does not know who My parents and I are just where I am like a crazy person. And the question is whether the gland has a relationship with these types. What I’m afraid of is that there are other diseases such as lymphoma. I’m really scared, please explain.
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The emergence / enlargement of the gland in the neck area needs to be explored further. Since when did the lump appear on the neck, the location of the lump on the neck, whether accompanied by an enlarged size or sometimes appear to be absent, whether accompanied by other symptoms such as lump area pain, fever, sore throat, painful swallowing, difficulty swallowing, heart palpitations , easy sweating, chest pain, shortness of breath, or other symptoms, factors that aggravate and ease symptoms, history of the disease and history of treatment that has been done to deal with this complaint.
Lumps in the neck can be caused by several possibilities, including enlargement of the size of the thyroid gland / lump in the thyroid gland, lumps due to enlarged lymph nodes, lumps that appear after injury or infection in the tissues around the neck. It is advisable to exercise control with your doctor regarding your complaints, so that an examination and management plan can be carried out in accordance with the underlying cause of your complaint. Please note that in conditions of viral, bacterial, or parasitic infections it can also cause enlargement of lymph nodes in the body. When the infection is handled generally the lymph node lumps will also subside.
Avoid doing activities that are too heavy, maintain diet, adequate rest, avoid using self-medication without doctor's instructions. For more information about lumps in the neck can access this link.
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