Thanks for writing to H.C.M. for your query.
I have gone through your query regarding swollen lymph nodes
on your neck, groin and one small node below the chin. You are also having enlarge tonsils with stone in it.
Considering your symptoms it is clear that lymph nodes of neck may be due to chronic tonsillitis
but lymph nodes on groin will never be due to tonsillitis. Therefore you are advice for these investigations-
(a) FNAC from lymph nodes on neck and groin.
(b) X-Ray chest - P.A.view.
(c) Blood - CBC, ESR
, Serum proteins, Ig-G, Ig-A, Ig-M.
As your tonsils are with stones and are bigger in size so tonsillectomy
is only definitive treatment for this, but for lymphadenopathy
a thorough examination and clinical co-relation is necessary to stablish a proper diagnosis which may be accordingly treated.