Unfortunately, we live in a very small town and traveling to a larger facility is difficult. The doctors have already made us wait almost a month. We finally got a referral to a pediatrician but we are still really concerned.
The size of my son's lymph node is about that of a hard boiled egg, as though it was pushed right in behind his ear. It also feels the same, as a comparison.
It is not painful. It is not leukemia.
It remained at that size for three weeks. After he had an ultrasound on it the swelling seemed to be cut in half. Doc says it had nothing to do with it- but after three weeks with no change and then having a dramatic size decrease immediately after the ultrasound is awfully coincidental to me.
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