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Have swollen lymph node on head and getting headache and nausea. What could be wrong with me?

Hi im sara, ive noticed a bruise that I don t know how I got... im clumsy but usually I remember tgings like that. Ive also been a bit queezy or nauseous lately. I get headaches pretty consistantly but I ususlly just attribute that to how much caffeeine I consume daily. I had a swollen lymph node (or rather what I assume was a swollen lymph node) for two days but it seems to be going away. Could these things be related and mean something might be wrong?
Asked On : Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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Hello Sara,
If you have an enlarged lymph node and it goes away then it does not portend anything serious. However, lymph node swellings when they appear usually do not disappear that fast so that there was another cause for the swelling. Bruising and swelling in another part of the body are not usually related so are headaches! Cut down on your caffeine intake and check out to see if you have any other cause that is provoking anxiety and leading you to worry more about your symptoms!
Answered: Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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