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Lump in neck, tiredness. What may be the cause?

Hi I ve got a lump in my neck that is now very tiny but the last month it appeared but changes size I av a docs app tomoz but I feel I m wasting his time but my mum stil wants me to go as I m tired a lot n get out of breathe just walking up the stairs even though I m very fit n healthy n I m 26 years old just wondering if its nothing to worry about. Thanks
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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ENT Specialist 's  Response

Thanks for writing to H.C.M.

By your query I came to know that you are having a tinny lump on your neck and along with this you becomes tired and feels breathlessness even after minimal work.

According to your clinical history you are having lymph node in neck, and since you have problem of tiredness and short of breath therefore it becomes necessary to investigate your chest for primary infection.

Here you are advice to do-

1- X-Ray chest ( P.A.View ).

2- Blood- CBC, ESR, Mantoux test.

3- FNAC from lump.

By above investigations one may get the clue for diagnosis and accordingly that may be manage.

Answered: Thu, 29 Aug 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist Dr. Suman Kumar's  Response
these cn be allergic sinuitis ith allergy to some food which cause tireness
the lymmph noe swell according to off and on infection of sinuses
get xray pns water view to treat it in consultation with ent doctor
and you can find allergies and treat to cear from all dseases
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