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swollen lymph nodes and no answers!!!

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 6, 2007
  • 04:29 AM

I have been going to the doctors and hospital for over six years for a pain in my right side under the ribs and I have gotten no where fast. Now I still have the pain in my side and now my lymph nodes are swollen in my neck, under my arms (both) and in the groin area. They are also very tender at this point. I finally found myself a new doctor recently and after years of the doctors and hospital telling me it was all in my head and nothing is wrong with me, this doctor ran a simple blood test (I have had them in the past) and said that my count is high and that I have an infection running through my blood. He gave me an antibiotic and I took it everyday for 10 days and now the pain is back and worse than ever. The lymph nodes are swollen and tender and my neck hurts just to turn my head from side to side. I am at a loss at this point and affraid to go back to the doctor as he might tell me its all in my head like the others did. I ache all over and just feel completely wiped out all the time. I also have a rash on my chest that iches all the time. I am at such a loss at this point I would rather just deal with the pain and discomfort all the time as I have lost faith in any one being able to tell me what is wrong with me!!!

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  • It is not all in your head...YOU ARE ILL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I know...I had the same symptoms...I stopped counting at 75. Find NAET or Bioset therapy...it will give you back your life!! There are practicioners world-wide, because it works, no matter what your "diagnosis" is. The swollen glands really bothered me too...and I was told I had no infection. Best of luck...mommy cat
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