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Discussion in 'Immunological' started by funkyqueen, May 19, 2015.

  1. funkyqueen

    funkyqueen Senior Member

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    To those who have lymph nodes increased after exertion (physical or cognitive), have you noticed that you have a ganglion / lymph node area more sensitive / painful / swollen than others?

    Let me explain: all my lymph node chains begin to fight at the slightest effort, (groin, armpit under -mandibular, behind the neck / ear, and sometimes, mediastinal ... These are all my lymph channels, bi laterally which get underway ...
    BUT I noticed that a lymph node area was increasingly active / sensitive than the others under my jaw, left side (no abscess or chronic infection in the area, it is a consequence of ME)

    In hindsight, I would have liked that this ganglion was biopsed ...

    Have you noticed the same thing?
     
  2. GONZ0hunter

    GONZ0hunter

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    My lymph nodes hurt constantly no matter what.
     
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