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Itchy skin and sore throat - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Practicing since : 2004
Answered : 40 Questions

User :   hey
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :im kinda worried cause i think i migth have lymphoma cancer
User :   im 17
User :   my skin is itchy on my chest arms and legs especiall and i have abit of a sore throat
User :   ...?
Doctor :   Lymphoma cancer does not come at this age

User :   really?

User :   at what age then?
Doctor :   First think of common problems
Doctor :   It could be a simple throat infection
Doctor :   with viral or bacterial infection
User :   i had a bit of a sun burn?
User :   but its not that red anymore
Doctor :yeah
User :   that could be the itchness
Doctor :   Yes
User :   and i do have a loss of appitite,
User :   idk what thast from though
User :   in what age do you get lymphoma
Doctor :   More than 50 yrs
Doctor :   Do not worry, first
Doctor :   get to doctor first
User :   okay aha the first thing i did was went to some sitwe that said all the symptoms i have
Doctor :   for your current symptoms
Doctor :   Do not misdiagnose by yourself
User :   yea..
Doctor :and do not search the internet just for health
Doctor :   It is always dangerous
User :   i just got worried cause the itchy, loss of appitite and sore throat and big like bits

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