I went to the doctor a few months ago complaining about my neck hurting. My doctor told me it was nothing but he realized the pain was coming from a lymphnode area. He gave me some anabiotics and sent me on my way and told me if the pain got any worse to notify him and he would send me to a lymph node specialist. Well my appointment to go to the doctor is in a few weeks because it has been acting up again and the lymphnode is growing bigger and becoming harder. The pain happens when I turn my head suddenly or sneeze. It feels like a knife is being stabbed into my neck the pain spreads to my face then after the pain goes away my whole face is left numb and tingiling for about 10-20 seconds. I would love it if someone would have the answer to what my problem is.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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