Swollen Glands / Lymph nodes
It depends on where your body is swollen. Lymph nodes are everywhere.
They can if they're the ones in your airway ... that is the tonsils and adenoids.
There are many things that can cause a swollen lymph node. Infection is the most common cause for a swollen lymph node.
No, the phrase "swollen glands" does not refer to the swelling of the sweat glands. Swollen glands are the enlargement of the lymph nodes while the sweat glands are a part of the endocrine system.
Nobody knows what causes cancer, but swelling isn't likely to be a cause. Swollen glands are a symptom of infection, not a cause of anything.
Swollen lymph glands are not uncommon, but typically are a sign of the body fighting off an infection.
No, your lymph nodes swell and cause the glands in your throat to swell also. And in most cases there are little white spots where it's swollen.
Sure, Tonsillitis is one of the main causes of swollen glands (lymp nodes).
Yes itcan , with your right thump, try to poke your swollen lymph node just to the right of your esophagus , and see what happens to you. It feels like you’re on LSD. ...Nice is'nt?