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Swollen cervical glands, fatigue, low grade fevers....

  • Posted By: Mandee930
  • July 18, 2007
  • 06:02 AM

My name is Mandee and I am 25 years old. I am going to try and keep this short and sweet. Okay so I have been suffering from low grade fevers for about 9 months now. I have been on 9 rounds of antibotics in 4 months, HIV neg and Hep neg, blood test are high end of normal, and I have a high heart rate. I just had my axialary lymphnodes biopsied and results were neg for infection but did show reactive cells (whatever that means). I have 5 submandibluar nodes that are swollen but not painful all ranging from 2cm and up. I have had an abnormal CT showing submandibular glands and a subclavicular mass on my left side. I have been suffering headaches off and on and my face feels heavy. I am meeting with my ENT again this friday and he is biopsing my cervical nodes and I am having my throat scoped. If anyone can help with any tests that should be ran....maybe for a viral infection or someting else I would greatly appreciate it. I am a single mom and I am getting really worried.

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