Hi,

I am a disabled vet who is desperate for help and answers. My symptoms are listed below and I've been seen by my GP, oncologists, rheumatologist, gastroenterologist, and an ENT doctor. None say cancer but they also don't know what is causing the issues. I'm desperate for answers as it has been some time now.

 

1. Swollen clavicles
2. Heartburn
3. Lymph nodes are swollen in the groin area since 2017
4. Lymph nodes are swollen on the right side of the neck
5. Sternocleidomastoid muscle on the right side of my neck is swollen.
6. Random pains on shoulders, clavicles
7. My chest is slightly raised on the right side just below my clavicle.

 

A CAT scan of my neck has been done.
MRIs of my abdomen, groin have been done.
Ultrasound of my neck has been done.
Endoscopy was done by GI.
Colonoscopy was done by GI.

 

The oncologist says imaging doesn't show any issues other than inflammation of my collar bone

 

The gastroenterologist says no issues were found.

 

Something is wrong and no one knows. I fear that my medical team is overlooking something and I'm hoping someone has familiarity with what I've described.

 

Any feedback is greatly appreciated.

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Hello dljonescis

do you have family/anyone to chat with?

just some quick questions about your diet..
do you drink coffee?

do you have sugar?

do you drink soft drinks?

all of these things coffee especially create issues with the lymphatic system and can cause swollen lymph nodes.

coffee is a diuretic and leaches any fluid from your body leaving protein waste in your system = swollen nodes.

sugar causes inflammation of your joints and pain.

do you have a massage therapist? Do you have massages to help rid your body of lymphatic waste.?

Cheers from Sheran

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