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Swollen node in neck, mouth ulcer, sore throat, ear pain, blood report normal

Hi I have swollen lymphe node in my left neck. I felt it before 2 yrs . I did all the medical test along with FNAC also . report came on reactive cell presence.After that also been checking with doctor regular basis all my Blood report are normal .now couple days before i am can feel one more node been swollen slightly .I got mouth ulcer and sore throat and ear pain also . Ear pain happens for me regular basis . been to doctor they are tell its for cold please suggest what to do . Thanks
Asked On : Mon, 14 May 2012
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Hi, as your FNAC is reactive, it means that the cause is because of some focus of infection in oral cavity. The ulcer or sore throat or infective condition in throat ear can be cause for it. Still go to an ENT and have him/her have a look at the ulcer. Otherwise, symptomatic treatment for cold, analgesics, anti-inflammatory and hexidine oral rinses should do. Regards
Answered: Wed, 13 Nov 2013
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