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Enlarged node on the right side under the jaw

i have cold sores in my lower lip on the left side, i put on it steriod ointment without knowing that is contraindiacted, i put it for 1 day then stop it, then i felt enlarged node on the right side under the jaw at the level of the hyoid bone , then i feel that my left side of the neck is tightend me, as if i wear a coller whic i didnt, i didnt complain from any other thing, since 5 months i complained of the feeling that there is something in my throat , i diagnosed myself as spasm in the CP muscle and i take a medications for it and disappers.
Asked On : Wed, 22 Jun 2011
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recurent episodes of muscle spasm shows shortening of regular stretching under supervision of a physio. and maintain range of motion of neck.if problem persists than consult your doctor.
Answered: Wed, 22 Jun 2011
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