I noticed a small pea sized lump or bump on my daughters left side of her neck approx. 2yrs. ago at the time my husband also saw this but we brushed it off and thought it was part of a vein in her neck. Since then my husband has informed me that over these past two yrs. he has watched it grow I hadn't noticed it because you can not see it unless she tilts her neck to the side. She recently fell approx. 1month ago and had to get 5 stitches on her chin when the Dr. was finished I was holding her and she layed her head on me and I then saw the bumps which are 2 swollen lymph nodes hard non painful and the size of 2 small olives right next to each other 2 wks. after I made her an appt.to see her Dr. and they found another on the right side of her jaw and all three have since cont. to slowly grow she goes in to see her Dr. in 3 days for blood test results but when we were there to have the bumps eval. the Dr, did not seem to believe me when I informed her they had been there for 2 yrs. what I would like to know is most likely what are these lymph nodes that cont. growing can anyone weigh in ? I know they have noyhing to do with a cold because she is not sick or doesnt have a cough she has also recently last night actually broke out with unexplainable generalized rash that comes and goes no fevers although in the past she has been hospitalized w/ pnemonia and a kidney infection both times w/ fevers in the 105 area please give me any info u may have
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