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What is the remedy for stiffness in the left clavicle area with nausea ?

I am having a tightness feeling in my left clavicle area. If you feel the area compared to the right side it doesnt feel really swollen. I can just feel tightness when I move certain positions. I will randomly ache. I have also been feeling nauseas lately. I have been to ENT , infectious disease Dr.,They dont seem to think this is an issue. Im just worried because I do have a small lymph node above my left clavicle in my neck that is a little hard/swollen but not big at all. I had a ct scan about a month ago of chest/abdomin/pelvis that all came back clear/good. and my last blood tests came back with all in normal ranges. My question is where do I go from here?
Asked On : Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Hello : bradleyboston ,
tightness in left clavicle due to- muscular,bony, lung,plura,heart , lymph node in this region metastasis from mouth, tongue,larynx, lymphoma, abdomen & also Tuberculosis,lung cancer . Advice -fine needle aspiration of lymph node(FNAC) hope you will enjoy positive health, thank you.
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OBGYN Dr. Rakhi Tayal's  Response

Thanks for writing to us.
A small lymph node swelling in the neck area might be suggestive of a minor infection in the neck area. This can also cause tenseness in the neck muscles.
You need a focalized examination by your physician to look for any possible infections. FNAC of the lymph node will be helpful in detecting the pathology.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.


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