What are the symptoms of lymphadenopathy?

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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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Viral Infections

Viral Infections

Viral infections like herpes simplex, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), chicken pox and rotavirus are infections caused by a virus instead of a bacterium. Viral infections do not respond to antibiotics, but some specific viruses ...

like influenza A and B can be treated with certain antiviral medications. Most commonly, treatment for viral infections includes drinking lots of fluids, getting rest, eating well and letting the illness run its course.
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