This could be a symptom of leukemia-related spleen and liver enlargement. 5. Check your pallor Feel under your throat, where your jaw meets your neck, for lumps or bulges. Swollen lymph nodes are a possible sign of leukemia. 7. Evaluate Source:http://www.ehow.com/how_10168_recognize-signs-leukemia.html
Regular checkups can spot early symptoms of leukemia in the relatively rare cases swollen lymph nodes (sometimes called swollen glands) in the neck, groin,
HELP! ive got swollen glands a was agony i couldnt sleep swollen tongue and neck its to stop it? it started off just a soo painfull any ideas how swollen throat and even that
Please dont take offense, but that psychiatrist you talked about, have you talked about hypochondria?? you sound like one of these people who imagine they have every disease out there! Im good at spotting you, my daughter is a hypochondriac big time! Do you realize that mind over matter is a very real thing?? If you constantly believe you have these problems, one of these days it will happen and then youre going to say to people See, I told you so when in actuality, you brought it on yourself! You have to stop worry about what might be or could be and concentrate on your health now! Be thankful youre not in a wheel chair, or home bound! Go visit nursing homes, or childrens hospitals, get your mind off these things! You shound like you have to much time on your hands and you stay home and dwell on the possiblility that you have all these disease you imagine! I bet you even take your pulse dont you! Talk to someone, You will find that youre not so worse off! E-mail me if you wish! I am retired, but I was a geri-psych nurse for 30+ years with a lot of experience under my belt! Thinks about! Be blessed
How do you know the symptoms of leukemia? sweats, diarrhea, poor appetite, pain in bones or joints, sometimes causing a limp, and swollen glands in neck,.