Swollen Lymph nodes

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Swollen isolated Lymph nodes (new once appear continuously)

no infection in labs,

Tiredness,

extreme fatigue,

concentration difficulties,

change in corpuscular mean volume,

no tumor markers yet (doctor said eventually to early),

no biopsy done yet (scared of mixing in my bloodstream any pathogenic cell),

headaches,

overall health situation not well,

high mood swings,

extreme hallow sudden under eye bags,

diagnosed with hashimotos now under treatment

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    have you been sent to an ultrasound yet?

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      Last time I had my ultrasound was 5 months ago, size of one axillary LN was on the boarder to 2 cm. Neck LN was 1.6. No pathological LN were visible (Nucleus was physiological). Next check up is this Friday, since isolated LN increased rapidly.

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    good luck with your next appt, im in a similar position have neck collar bone and groin nodes 1 cm - 1.5cm being the largest not overly huge but have been present for months. are you with a hematologist or have you been referred there? also, maybe you could ask to have a whole node excised if that is an option for you.. i have had an ultrasound and my nodes appeared reactive but normal looking. have been referred to hematology now

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    unfortunately no, my haematology appointment isn't until beginning of April. mine aren't increasing in size but they are also not going away. how are you getting on? did you get tested for glandular fever?

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