I have generalized swollen glands. The most impacting area is in my right armpit and throughout my neck and by the jaw below the ear. I have had them swollen for at least 4 months. I have skin problems in addition--namely follicultitus. I have been feeling fatigued and generally not well. I was tested for hiv using the oral test 3 and 6 months after an experience that I considered to be risky, and both tests were negative. I was also tested for an entire STD panel one month after the incident, and all that came back OK. I am waiting on insurance to go back to the doctor, but I am very concerned about my health and the pains in my neck due to the lymph node swelling. I am still concerned about hiv. Is that rational? What are some other things that can potentially cause my lymphs to stay swollen for so long? I appriciate any help and advice.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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