For the past 1 1/2 yrs my little boy has a recurring swollen lymph node on the right side of his neck - so swollen you can actually move it around on his neck and it feels a little hard. We had noticed at times of acute illnesses (colds) that the lymph nodes in his groins would become "slightly" enlarged, however, when he is not sick is when the neck lymph node swells. The pediatrician doesn't seem to think there is reason for alarm, however, it just doesn't seem normal to me, I have other children and this has never occurred. History, healthy pregnancy, no drug or alcohol use, family history great - maternal side does have some cancers (lymphnoma?) and on paternal side there is Hyperthyroid and Graves Disease. Does anyone have suggestions. He does seem perfect, what a ham, other than this.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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