Hi i just want to no how many people can feel lymth nodes

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Just want to no how many people can feel lymth nodes/glands  and we're 

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    Why are your up?? 
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      I've  been feeling them for about 5 or 6 months don't no if they were there before but with keep touching yarn I think it makes them worst.  They hurt becuz I keep touching them.  I can feel neck ones near neck muscle if I lift my head back and jaw one around my jaw wen I get flu they hurt loads more like a throbbing dull pain.  I'm still worried doctor said so many different thing what if could be had a scan said cluster of them near neck muscle 2cm but not to worrie he said no point doing biopsy to small. ...  Went last week she said it's tonsil lymth nodes somtimes there  closer to skin  but I don't no as other told me fatty tissue or boarder line of muscle.... Etc never had a straight answer been to see so many doctors probly them all.  I just wondered if anyone esl feels this
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      I have 1 in my neck, and a cluster in my groin, I'm having a ct scan, but my gp said she isn't too worried, anxiety can bring out ur nodes, and if ur anxious ur probably run down there for u will catch anything, colds, flu etc.. These also raise nodes, anxiety makes everything worse .
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      Its not big, and it moves very easily its always changing size, its on the left side near muscle, but I have sinusitis so this may be why that's up, not sure about the groin tho, but I think your right the more you touch them the more they are there .
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      A while I don't know how long, the neck 1 is soft ish and moves, the groin changes its harder and moves but that 1 changes more, so that's the 1 that I was concerned about, so my ct scan should tell me .
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