Swollen lymph nodes

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Hi everyone

I'm very much worried, i have swollen lymph nodes in the armpit and groin, and my stomach hurts after I eat sweet things or when um too hungry.I think I also have sores at the back of my mouth .I would to ask if advanced stomach ulcer can cause lymph nodes to swell, and also if there are certain infections that cause lymph nodes to swell without paining. I'm booked for7

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    Hi

    It can mean a number of things from the common cold to other disorders

    The doctor will investigate and hopefully get a diagnosis and can be treated with medication or other means

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      But they are painless, i have been sick from the age of 17 could it be that I'm developing cancer maybe , do swollen painless lymph nodes always show up because of cancer??
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      No not at all

      Infections can cause lymph nodes to be painless or painful

      I just read your original post and an ulcer wouldn't make your lymph nodes swell

      Lymphoma which I think you are concerned about having is a more complex issue but with all the ones that I have looked at have only 1 swelling and it can be easily diagnosed by a specialist by having blood tests and also a small biopsy

      But. I Know it's easy to say but try not to worry and hopefully you will be looked at soon and get to the bottom of your problem

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      Thank you very much Kevin.

      I did FBC last week but the results were fine..I'm just worried , but I'm praying hard

      Regards

      Muta

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      Your welcome an endoscopy is a good idea to eliminate things that is an easy procedure and it takes around 5 mins

      Please keep us all up to date how you get on

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