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Fatigue post treatment for swollen lymph node, groin. Worrisome?

Male, 54. swollen lymph node, left groin started about 2+ weeks ago, also had low grade fever then for a couple of days with fatigue . Normal BP is 133/77 or so but spiked to 190 over 110 during this episode. Feel fine now, maybe a little tired probably more from work schedule. Any concerns? Otherwise very healthy with only occasional mid grade migraine dealt with by migraine OTC med.
Asked On : Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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Hi there,
Welcome to HCM.
If the swelling of nodes have reduced then you do not have to worry.If the nodes still persist after therapy, have become hard, tender, clumping together then you have to get in touch with your doctor for examination. I do not see any co-relation between your blood pressure and swollen lymph nodes. Fatigue is common when recovering from illness. This is called convalescence. I suggest healthy diet, lots of fluid and positive attitude for good health. Thanks.
Answered: Mon, 30 Sep 2013
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