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My right side of my neck hurts

I am working in an environment where there was a toilet leak and wetness in the walls of the office where I am working all day. I feel I am getting symptoms from working there. My right side of my neck hurts and it gets worse as the week goes on and better on the weekend to hurt again the following week. Reading about the lymph node I can believe I could be breathing in bacteria and fungus. I am the only one in this office room. What do you think?
Asked On : Mon, 20 Dec 2010
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Thanks for the query

Painful lumph nodes will be focal in nature and will not involve the whole neck.
I suggest u take tablet aceclofenac for the pain, look out for fever, since u have not mentioned it i am assuming u dont have it. If u do have fever then it is infective in nature.
Our body has a good defence system to tackle common bacteria and fungi

Have a healthy lioving
Answered: Thu, 25 Aug 2011
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