This is just a quickie. I am 18, havn't been overseas lately and I have been pretty stressed.
I've had enlarged lymph nodes in my neck now for 5 weeks. They are painless. I have been very very tired, drowsy etc for about the same time. I havn't seen a doctor as of yet, I got a blood test (without seeing a dr) and all my results are fine. There's no sign of an infection/contact with a virus. So thats great. but.... now what? My lymph nodes are still here, and I'm still tired. Should I just rule this off as an unknown phenomena? and hope that it will go away? Is it worth going to a doctor if my blood results are all normal?
Thanks for listening, All I need to know is if I should
a) see a doctor asap
b) leave it for a while and see a doctor if it doesn't get better in a month or so?
c) just ignore it and it will go away?
I just don't want to waste my money on a dr if I don't have to (I live in Australia and dr's charge about 50/60 bucks, I'm a poor uni student so I need all the money I can have).
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