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What are the symptoms of lymphadenopathy?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

If you have lymphadenopathy, you may experience swollen, tender, or painful lymph nodes, especially in the head and neck. Other symptoms may include a sore throat, fever, and reddening of the skin over the nodes. Enlarged lymph nodes in other parts of your body could indicate a more serious condition like HIV or lupus.

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