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Hard lymph node after having a cold. Could this be lymphoma?

Hy my name is Edna and I have a small lymp node not moveble and kind of hard...I have it since February, in February I had a bad cold with losing my voice for a couple of days and then everything was fine until know last month I had again a bad cold with losing my voice again so after I recovered my voice I had a bad cough and felt again may lymp node I don t think it change it size at all now I am worried that it can be something serious like lymphoma
Asked On : Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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Hi Edina, it looks like infection induced to me. But hard node for one month worries me. I think you must undergo FNAC of the node, in which doctor puts a needle and get the fluid. This after microscopic examination can help to decide or rule out cancer. Please don't wait as its a simple test. Take care.
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