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Bumps on the right side of my neck. could it be the prostate infection ?

HI im 21 years old and i been having pain in my neck i found three little bumps on the right side of my neck i just had a lymph nodes infection and curantly have protistis and varicose vein in the left testical. is it normal to be able to feel ur lymph nodes on ur neck or could it be the prostate infection
Asked On : Mon, 9 May 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi welcome to healtcare magic

Most common cause of the enlargement of the neck nodes are due to Tuberculosis... others are lymphomas.. As you are suffering from the prostitis and varicose veins these wont cause neck nodes enlarge,,, X-ray of chest may be necessary to rule out TB.. you neen to be clinically evaluated....
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General Surgeon Dr. Swapnendu Sekhar Ghosh's  Response
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prostatitis and varicose veins will not give rise to lymph nodes in neck
if it is persisting get a medical check up to rule out any chronic illness
tuberculosis to be ruled out
lymh node biopsy may be done if required
current lymph node infection may recur if full course of treatment not taken
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