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Have swollen lymph node in neck, sore tongue, cold, pressure behind eye. What can this be?

Hello. About a week ago I finished up what I thought was a common cold. Then, I got a sore on my tongue, and now my head feels heavy, with what seems like pressure behind my eyes and nose, and numb feeling on the left side of my face and the back of my head. Also I have swelling of the lymph node in my neck. The facial numbness and lymph swelling are on the left side. Do you have any idea what might be happening to me?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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Thank for choosing HCM, The chances of viral fever is more likely, you will have to bear it till the course of disease finished and it will take five days to week, till then take complete bed rest with symptomatic medicine, after seven days if you do not feel okay then go to see the family physician, will look for something, else Have nice day.
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