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Swollen lymph nodes with itchy rash

Hi. I am 32 140 lbs pretty healthy active female. I have had a itchy red rash with hives on the back of my neck, and hot very itchy ears for the past 5 days. it is slowly spreading to the front of my neck. My ear are not fairly rough feeling. I have three very hard tender lumps - two behind my ears and one at the back of my neck below the hairline. Two weeks ago I had two very tender red lumps underneath my armpits, that went away after a few days. I only have high deductible insurance so don t want to go to the DR if I don t need to. Do I need to see a doctor?
Asked On : Fri, 15 Apr 2011
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The three very hard lumps seem to be Lymph Node Swellings.Any infection in the body leads to nearby Lymph Node Swelling.
You may get yourself checked for Blood Sugar in fasting state.
Meanwhile you may start a broad spectrum cream like PANDERM + twice a day.
Answered: Fri, 15 Apr 2011
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