My daughter is going on two months of painful, hot, swollen ankles and doctors are scratching the heads in wonder. It all started with her lymph glands swelling at the base of her neck, one on her left arm, one on the left side of her hip and one at the front of her ankle. The glands have diminished, but both of her ankles are swollen and painful. Her fourth doctor, a rheumotoligist, suggested synovitis but wanted to have a biopsy done of her ankle and the lump at the base of her neck (back). We are now looking at her fifth blood work which she is scheduled for tomorrow. She's only 20 and she can't walk very well.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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