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My neck is stiff and my glands are swollen

My neck is stiff and my glands are swollen and sore to the touch but I don t have a fever . Any ideas what this could be? Also I don t have tonsils or Adenoids .
Asked On : Sun, 6 Mar 2011
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ENT Specialist 's  Response

Anyway, to which u r saying neck glands r enlarged jugulodigartric nodes, secondary to acute tonsillitis. Don worry for this condition. Take the following.

1- Tab clavum 625 mg 3 times a day.

2- Tab sumocold 3 TIMES A DAY.


4- Warm saline gargles.

All for 5 days.

Try this.
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ENT Specialist Dr. Naveen Kumar's  Response

This is because of the enlarged lymph nodes. These lymphnodes are like policemen of our body help in combating the infection. Also, when it is enlarged it indicates that there is some infection beneath. The nodes can be as a result of tubercular infection /lymphomas /reactionary.You need to consult your ENT specialist as it requires a thorough examination and appropriately managed.
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