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Neck lump from 6 months
I found out a small lymph in August 2021 then in September it grew more, I went to 2-3 doctors they prescribed me different antibiotics and multivitamins, I took them for two months. Nothing changed, my neck has swollen and new lumps have been developed. From last week of December I'm also experiencing lot of sweat at night, even when its 6° cold. The doctors still say it probably be infection. They say it could be because of thyroid but my thyroid is under control and tests came normal. Its been almost 6 months and no change or reduction. This is a recent USG. Please suggest what I should do or ask to my doctor.
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I don't think you need to worry much . But still, retake an opinion. Meanwhile get below things done. Blood for CBC, Mantoux test Usg guided FNAC Chest Xray
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Get a Mantoux test done, FNAC done, and a chest X ray done
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Plz review the report for Mantaux test Sputum for AFB USG guided FNAC Chest X Ray PA view
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