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In need of urgent help.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 11, 2009
  • 02:04 AM

Well i noticed last year in june or so that i had a lump in the back of my neck that was around one and a half inches
Before i ever felt it, i had such symptoms as Fatigue, weakness, etc.

Now it's around 2 1/2 or 3 inches.
It is hard, it doesn't move around and its under my skin.

My previous symptoms have intensified.

My windpipe whistles when i breathe (but not in an infected way)
My legs have this nasty itch
Sometimes i feel slightly feverish(not every day but once in a while)

I went to the doctors a few times but nothing was done exept for a few blood tests.
I got tested for pretty much every infection in the world. Including mono/EBV etc.
Its not a cyst or a muscle strain, and it isn't from stress or depression.
What might be afflicting me? I'm 14

Tell me things it could be, and be honest, cause im not gonna get scared for my life.., and also be polite.

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  • I have the same symptoms as you except my lump is in my groin, i have to have it taken out and biopsy it may be lymphoma i'm not sure you have to get a biopsy. I have the itch fevers just like you.. get it checked out. also look up lymphoma symtoms. you may have them. as i do. if you need to talk let me know.
    ange777 3 Replies
    • January 12, 2009
    • 00:37 AM
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  • What blood tests have you done?
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • January 12, 2009
    • 06:58 PM
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