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Swollen lypmh node.
Does touching too much to lymph node cause it to swell?i got it after a fever before two years i even pressed it too much that time.i recently got tested for HIV n VDRL n both came negative.my weight is also normal n i am fine. did it swell by pressing or there is another serious problem.
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It is reactive lymphadenitis. Take tab clavum 625 mg twice daily
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As advised by dr chetan just apply warm compress. Consult a MD MEDICINE PHYSICIAN for proper clinical examination and further management
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Swollen lymph nodes usually occur as a result of exposure to bacteria or viruses. When swollen lymph nodes are caused by an infection, this is known as lymphadenitis . .. In some cases, the passage of time and warm compresses may be all you need to treat swollen lymph nodes. Treatment for lymphadenitis depends on the cause.. Consult Physician for further evaluation and treatment...
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