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Sharp, stabbing head pain, swollen lymph nodes in neck. High WBC count. Cure?

For 18 months ice had sharp stabbing pain in my head which lasts 2 mins, I also have a lot of lymphnodes swollen in my neck which aren t painfully at all, upon having them scanned there were a number of swollen lymph nodes around my thiroid, also very painfully stabbing pains on the top of my feet which can last for ages and reduces me to tears . I have had bloods taken and the results of full blood count were that I have a very high white cell count and high cep whatever that means. Please help as I don t seem to be getting any answers from my GP
Asked On : Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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  Anonymous's Response
hello there...good evening...from what you describe I think you need a consultation at the earliest. lymph nodes which are swollen nod painful. you need to rule out an infection or some other causes. kindly get biopsy and fnac done for one of the nodes and you will get the relevant diagnosis. but please don't ignore let us know for further queries
Answered: Mon, 12 Aug 2013
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