I currently have a swollen lymph node on my face in front of my ear right around where my jaw connects. It has been swollen since last night and feels like the swelling goes all they down to my clavicle, and only on my left side. It is tender to touch, no ear, or throat pain, no nasal congestion or eye irritation. I already went to my doctor who said I was fighting some sort of infection and to take ibuprofen and drink plenty of fluids. She did not take any blood tests and didn't seem to be so concerned about my lymph node. I don't feel satisfied with her answer. Has anyone had a swollen lymph node in the face before. I am concerned because I have had Mono before along with a family member having Hodgkins disease. :confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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