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Back injury, had stroke, neck pain, migraines, cold. Done MRI. Is it lymphatic disorder?

In the past two years I've had a lot of very strange things happen to the left side of my body. I was using pain killers heavily for a year prior for a back injury I sustained at work. After getting off of the pain killers I began having brief attacks of aphasia which originally I thought was a stroke. I would feel a shooting pain up the left side of my neck followed by the inability to speak for 10-30 seconds. This has happened three times in the past two years. Each time I went for an MRI and nothing was found. When I got off of the pain killers my left nostril became completely blocked. This has gotten better with time but still comes and goes. I also have back and neck pain on my left side, this is something that I've had since I was in high school but attributed it to working out. My neck cracks continuously, but only on the left side never the right. I also have swollen lymphs on my left side. I spoke with a neurologist who seemed to think this was all caused by atypical migraines. After trying many different migraine medications and therapies I have found no luck. Are there any type of lymphatic disorders or any other disorders that effect only one side of the body. I got a cold a couple days ago and the left side of my throat is even more swollen. I have seen different doctors, taken many blood tests, had MRIs and even CTs of my sinus cavity all have come up negative.
Asked On : Wed, 16 Oct 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
i everything is normal it is allergy
as allergies can cause off and on problems lke blockage and pnd causing lymph node enlargementsthis have been developed by pain killers and other medicines
get allergy doctor consultation who cabn find the cause may be polns drugs and foods to find he cause and treat according to allergy guidelines
Answered: Tue, 22 Oct 2013
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