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Illness, occasional night sweats, waves of nausea. CT showed enlarged jugular chain node. Lymph node?

I have seen 7 doctors in 3 months... Constantly feel like I am coming down with illness . Fever of 99 for 2 months. Treated with zpack 10 days of prednisone . All labs normal including CBC fsh and cmp. Occasional night sweats . Waves of nausea. Ct scan showed enlarged jugular chain node. Ent recommending it coming out. Do u think all my symptoms are related to lymph node? I am positive for Ebv antibodies. Hx mono. Also tired lots!!
Asked On : Mon, 29 Oct 2012
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Your symptoms are related to INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS, the disease is characterized by fever, sore throat, ENLARED LYMPH NODES,fatigue, along with several other possible signs and symptoms like nausea. ..Symptoms most often disappear after about 2–3 weeks. However, fatigue and a general feeling of being unwell may sometimes last for months. Mild fever, swollen neck glands and body aches may also persist beyond 2–3 months. It is generally a self-limiting disease.Lymph nodes are not causing these symptoms actually the symptoms are due to EBV .
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Answered: Sun, 8 Sep 2013
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