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Are you having any cough now?
Any loss of weight or appetite?
Since how long you have noticed this swollen lymph node?
Thank you for your question.
The blood in your saliva is due to tiny broken blood vessels.
Blood vessels become friable or swollen and can easily be injured when there is inflammation or infection or after an infection.
I think that your symptoms should improve in due course of time as the after-effects of the inflammation or infection settle and you heal up completely.
I would not worry and would just keep an eye on it.
If your symptoms do not improve in the next week or two or worsen, then you need to be seen.
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