How do the lymph nodes hurt?

Irina Saprykina
Irina Saprykina
May 2, 2015
How do the lymph nodes hurt?

The presence of any pain in the body brings discomfort and the desire to identify and eliminate its cause. Often, pain causes inflamed lymph nodes. General information about them can be found in the articles:

How to determine what they hurt, and what signs indicate this?

Types of lymphatic pain

The causes of inflammation of the lymph nodes may be different. This bacterial infection, and immune disorder, and even cancer. Therefore, when the appearance of pain in the lymph nodes can be made such diagnoses as:

  1. acute or chronic lymphadenitis;
  2. chronic tonsillitis;
  3. lymphoma (a tumor of the lymph nodes of a malignant nature).

Where and how is the pain felt in inflammation of the lymph nodes

It is possible to determine that the lymph nodes in the neck hurt by the following signs:

  • pain in the neck is felt when swallowing and light pressure on the affected area;
  • at the location of the lymph node glanding compaction and increasing its size;
  • headaches, lethargy and weakness occur;
  • the temperature rises.

How do the lymph nodes in the groin hurt? Pain in inflammation of the inguinal lymph nodes is determined by the presence of painful swelling in the groin, on the left or right side. Accompanied by an increase in lymph nodes in size, which causes inconvenience when walking and other movements. In addition to the fact that the lymph nodes themselves hurt, there can be an increase in body temperature, intoxication, nagging pain in the lower abdomen.



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