I have recently been experiencing pain on the right side of my neck only. About two years ago, a cyst in my cheek became infected, and I experienced similar symptoms. However this time, there is not visible infection that could be causing this. My neck is swollen significantly, and only on the right side. Otherwise, I feel perfectly well. I have only noticed the symptoms, which have gotten progressively worse, for three days. I do not have a cold, or any signs of a sinus infection. I am not tired or fatigued in any way. Any ideas what could cause this?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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