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Swollen lymph nodes in armpits, between thighs and in vagina. Swelling in neck. Antibiotic available?

hi im karen i been having swollen lymph nodes for many years now, usually in my armpits, in between my thighs, on my private area, but now i have these random swollen aea that i get on my body. on eweek i had it on my temporal area, then the back of my neck , then my eyebrow, now my wrist/ thumb area. is there an antibiotic to take for this?
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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Swelling at so many places which you feel are lymph nodes should not be neglected. It may be lymph nodes or it could be something else like lipomas or neurofibromatosis just to name a few. You need to consult a physician at the earliest and get yourself examined. If required a FNAC/biopsy can be done beside other relevant investigations to arrive at a diagnosis and then you can be offered proper treatment.
Answered: Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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