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Hi all, I am looking for a bit of advise really, and not sure where else to post. I know none of you are doctors but would appreciate it very much if someone with a bit of knowledge on the subject could shed abitnof light on this. First of all about 6 months ago I noticed a bean-ish sized lump on my neck at the top edge near the corner of my jaw just underneath. It it not painful. A little tender when pressed not overly hard and not overly soft, and can be pushed side to side quite easily. It has not grown in this time which I know of. I ignored it thinking its just a cyst but last night when feeling if it was still their I noticed another 2 on my neck, and 2 above my collar bone these to are all mobile, painless but sore when pressed. And all pea/bean sized. Now im unsure how long ive had these other lumps im pretty sure there my lymph nodes. I think i have one in my armpit low down but not entirely sure. I may have had them as long as the first but never looked for them or noticed them. I'm 23 years old. And have been googling (which I know is a very bad idea) but says Hodgkins, non Hodgkin. Which is worrying me very much now I'm am trying to get into see my go but its prooving quite difficult. I am also suffering with constant tiredness that does not go away at all. I still carry on with daily life but find it hard with the tiredness. I have had a blood test in Feb and that was normal. Other medical history these past couple of month various aches and pains lower back, legs shoulders. Not all the time but some days on and off. I am particularly worried a about Hodgkins as it states there's a peak of people between the age of 20-25 to get it, I know lymph nodes can swell up due to an infection or something but as far as I know I don't have one., is a prospect that I can move them and there mobile a positive thing? I'm just a little concerned why these been there so long. It's just worrying me and could do with some advise really. thank you very much in advance.☺☺☺
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