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Back and Neck Injury/my neck have got some swollen lymphnodes


hi sir,
i've got swollen sub-mandibular gland..
i had my sonography report for it and its says i've got minimal lymphnodes right there..
from feb/2/2013 till now i,ve being continuing the doctor's medicines... but my left sub mandibular gland i still same..
my age is 19,
i also smoke from when i was 16..
but now i have almost quitted smoking...
sometimes i feel a little bulkyness in my throat but it doessn't seems too much..
but now i can feel it through my left back brain and behind my ear.. just a bit..
i'm worried alot.. depressed... pleaze help me with u r proper guidance...

Hello Saurabh,

Sorry to hear about your situation.  I do think there is something you can do to fix this, and it's probably something you can do yourself.

I'm basically goin to recommend that you massage the gland gently, but first I want you make sure all the tissue in your jaw and neck is free.

I have a completely free website Do-It-Yourself-Joint-Pain-Relief
where I have videos for every single joint in the body.

I'm going to recommend you visit the Jaw Pain Relief page,
and follow along with the videos.

And then visit the Neck Pain Relief Page,
and follow along with the videos.

Then when you've freed as much tight tissue as you can, you can then massage your sub mandibular gland and see if the swelling goes down.
I think it should work.

All the best,
Gary Crowley

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