The views expressed by me are for educational purposes only and do not establish a doctor patient relationship.
I am Mysticdoc, experienced Internal Medicine Specialist.
I am here to help you with your concerns.
Since you can feel this equally both sides, this should be part of the muscle.
Muscle fibers can hypertrophy from exercises and can pop up like this.
Not likely lymph node as this will not be felt like this and symmetrically.
Customer: Ok, I wasn't all that worried until I got he email from customer service about setting up a follow up with the doctor.
Customer: I hadn't lifted in a couple weeks until a few days ago, and I'm sore now.
that is a new tool JA has started to provide comprehensive care
Customer: So, I think the soreness and feeling the area with my fingers going up and down made me concerned.
Customer: Did they just start that this week?
soreness expected after starting exercise
since you did not lift for 2 weeks
Customer: i had been lifting 3x per week, but took a coup,e weeks off
yes probably related to that
Customer: I just am still a little on edge since the node in my neck hasn't gone down.
Customer: But it was benign
Customer: From the needle biopsy
Customer: And it was only 0.7 cm
that is reassuring.
Customer: Cervical node
Customer: But the fact that its been two months and hasn't gone down still makes me worry.
Customer: Like, what if they missed something in the needle biopsy or someithing?
Customer: Thats why I keep feeling for new nodes.
nodes are small.
Customer: Once I feel the neck node go down, I'll be less worried.
Customer: I don't feel sick or anything either
yes --but do not worry
Customer: I'll stop worrying.
Customer: Thank you.