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After miscarriage had swollen lymph nodes. Is it thyroid disorder? Why does chest feel heavy?

Immediately after my 2nd miscarriage (dont know if its related or not)it felt like I was getting sick. I had swollen, tender lymph nodes in my neck. It started to get worse, where my neck felt TIGHT. Almost affecting my breathing . I went to a NP who immediately suggested thyroid disorder , and took blood. That all came back normal, and now my chest is beginning to bother me. It also feels tight/heavy, and I cough (unproductive cough) When I take a deep breath, it feels restricted. What could be going on??? Im very nervous. Also, the NP felt on my neck, and felt no lumps or swelling.
Asked On : Mon, 2 Jul 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern looking to the history given here I could say that this is the coincidence that you had miscarriage and then after couple of day thyroid disorder detected, and at the same time you felt the lymph node too this is just coincidence and nothing to do with the miscarriage, hope this information helps you have a nice day.
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