I noticed my lymph nodes on my occipital bone on my head were swollen about a month ago. I went to the Dr. and he said it was probably nothing, telling me if they don't go away in a few weeks to come back. I went back last week, as they had not gone away, and I now have a dull headache, with pain behind my eyes. The Dr. checked me over and did bloodwork, thinking I either had mono, or wanted to check my white blood cell count. My bloodwork came back normal. He put me on an antibiotic, and told me to return in three weeks. This morning, I woke up with severe joint pain in my wrists (I am having difficulty typing this), as well as in my knees and ankles. I really am just frustrated, as I feel I am getting worse, and am worried I may have some sort of lymphoma. Could anyone offer any similar experience or have any idea what might be wrong? If the joint pain continues, I am going to make a Dr. Appt. for Monday first things. Thanks.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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