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Swollen gland in throat with no pain

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Dr. Abubakar Siddiqh MD

Hello I have a question about a throat feeling: I know what it is to have throat infection and swollen lymph glands; and that is not the feeling and have in this case. This case I have a... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Abubakar Siddiqh ( ENT Specialist)
Dr. Sumit Bhatti MD

but it would be just a sore gland from HIV , right? In other words, you would have swollen glands right? And typically all over right? My glands are not swollen only the one spot I ve... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Sumit Bhatti ( ENT Specialist)
Dr. Sumanth Amperayani MD

hi my 14 year old daughter last week had swollen glands on one side of her throat and the next ... on the side of the swollen glands. Strpt test neg. Doc put her on antibiotics. No... View answer

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Dr.    Muhammad Ahmad MD

be sensitive. I went to the doctor and she swabbed my throat and felt around. She said my glands ... otherwise. It just feels tight on my left side near where my nose meets my throat and I have some... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Muhammad Ahmad ( General & Family Physician)
Dr.  Ralf Von Seckendorff MD

My wife is 50, has swollen glands in her throat and pain on the right side of her neck since yesterday. ... View answer

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Dr. Puneet Maheshwari MD

Hi, I am male 25yrs of age. I have throat discomfort and mild pain not swollen glands visible from outside no fever and it increases on smoking though i do smoke very less. recently i have... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Puneet Maheshwari ( ENT Specialist)
Dr.  Shinas Hussain MD

seasonal allergies, and a virus. Curently the glands in my throat are very swollen and painful (but only on the outside). Will putting ice on my throat help relieve the swelling? My face... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Shinas Hussain ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Shama MD

my throat hurts really bad almost feels like my glands are swollen or lymph nodes but their not i also don t have a problem swallowing just a lot of pain. I m going to the dr. tomorrow but today... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Shama ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Dadapeer K MD

I have ashtma, couple days couple I started to get swollen glands and throat than it started to develop into chest pain, now the swollen has became worse today to a point where I can t... View answer

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Dr. Neha Shah MD

strep throat. ive been salt water gargling taking antibiotics and advill to reduce the pain but i still have swollen glands and i still cant open my mouth more then about half an inch.... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Neha Shah ( ENT Specialist)

Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr.  Diptanshu Das MD

Gurgle with lukewarm water will help. The swollen lymph gland in neck is probably due to the sore throat. You need not worry about it. Please reply with thanks.

Dr.  Abubakar Siddiqh MD

it looks gingivitis or caries tooth, pain killers can be taken for pain

Dr.  Prasad MD

Recurring throat infection. The cause may be due to unknown factors or pre-existing sino-nasal condition or allergies. Consult an ENT surgeon to identify your trigger factors.