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Swollen lymph glands, lump near voice box. Neck hurts and disc cracks. Cause?

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I am a 31 year old female with some ear, head, and neck issues going on. I noticed about a month ago I began getting swollen lymph glands in the left side of my throat. My doctor prescribed antibiotics that helped for awhile. This morning I woke up and I have a lump near my voicebox that when I push in on it I can feel a whooshing noise in my head and ear. Also my left ear feels very full. The one other this is I have a neck problem on the left side that and I noticed lately I can barely even hold my neck up because it hurts so bad. Every time I turn my head there is a disc that seems to crack! Could all of these problems be related? Also I have been very lightheaded, having vision problems, and pain around my left eye (above and underneath it). I know I should see a doctor about these problems but I unfortunately have no health insurance right now. Is this something I should get seen immediately for?
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
these are sinus infections as sinus is chronic condition there are falling of mucus in throat causing lymph node enlargements.and as it increases all symptomps are there as writen by you .acute sinuses can be cleared easily by adding metronidazole 200 mg bd for 10-14 days as they clear sinuses fast
add antiallergic my be ebastine 10 mg bd for reducing the mucus secretion of sinuses
add liquid antacid three times to counter efect of mucosa on ears and food canal
need to apply neomycin h ointment in nose bd as to prevent pollen allergies
sea water 2 drops at night each nose to cear pharynx nose
do for 3 wk
get xray pns waters view ad consult ent doctor to manage according to xray
lymph nodes will go slowly after the infections are over
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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