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I have had enlarged lymph nodes under my arms for approx. 6 wks. My pcp indicated he thought it was due to my recent bout of bronchitis & sinus infection that required 2 rounds of xbiotics. They are still present and there is now swelling approx. the size of a plum at the juncture of my right arm/armpit above my breast. My right breast feels "heavy" and there is pain in both breasts as well as the armpit area. Both nipples have that "mottled" look they used to get before my period would start. I had a total hysterectomy in 1994 and have been on HRT since that time, with

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con·cern (kən-sûrn′) v. con·cerned, con·cern·ing, con·cerns v.tr. 1. To have to do with or relate to: an article that concerns the plight of homeless people ...
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Concern definition, to relate to; be connected with; be of interest or importance to; affect: The water shortage concerns us all. See more.
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The novel concerns three soldiers. This study concerns the noise levels in cities. This conversation doesn't concern you. Our mother's illness concerns us.
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Concerns over false negative PM Drug Tests

Hi! Actually current drug use is difficult to detect by urine test. This is so because at times  the dose taken on the day of the test is often not able to generate the required metabolite by the time the test is taken. Also the metabolites generated by previous day’s dose are often washed away in urine or are too low to be detected by urine test. In these cases blood test and hair test are more accurate. However, urine tests are cheaper and hence more widely used. You could ask your doctor whether blood or hair test could be done in your case. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you. The advice may not be completely correct for you as the doctor cannot examine you and does not know your complete medical history. Hence this reply to your post should only be considered as a guiding line and you must consult your doctor at the earliest for your medical problem.
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PAIN MEDICATION

Hi, How are you? Aside from Opana or oxymorphone, what other medications are you taking right now? I understand your concern regarding this  and it is important that you discuss this with your attending physician. False negative tests which may result from drug interactions may need to be ruled out also.  Take care and best regards.
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gaining slowly

Don't be worried she probably just hasn't gone through a growth spurt yet. As long as your baby is happy and healthy I wouldnt worry. My little guy is 20 months and only weighs 22lbs  some kids are just naturally small. Breast fed babies are generally smaller anyway. And usually have a more healthy weight overall.  
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Concerns related to my labs

If you read my posts you will see I constantly say ACTH is hardly ever done correctly so that is likely lab error. What time was the cortisol? I would get another opinion at a pituitary center. And read up on the rests so they are done correctly. Sorry for delays sick.
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Concerned mother of 2 year old

Not a professional, just a mom and cancer survivor. I would get your son to a specialist and have the lump biopsied.  If it was an infection it would have cleared up by now.  He needs a biopsy. Sorry, I know it's difficult when it is your child and that he will probably be scared but it's better to know whether it's worrisome or not. You might want to try an ENT.
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Any advice?

the friend could always ask to speak with the boy's parents. The daughter is 16, which is under age.  The guy is 19.  Speaking with the parents would be normal even if the boy did not have autism.  The parents of the boy might be able to answer questions.  It's a legitimate concern.  I don't think violent tendencies are in all autistic people, from what I've read.  There are different degrees of autism, different symptoms, and with therapy, a lot of bad behaviors can be adjusted and fixed.  From what I've read higher functioning autistic people don't generally do that stuff.  
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Lump I am concerned about but dont know if I should be.

i know how scared you are because i am in the same boat as you. i found a lump in both of my elbow creases in each arm they're both symmetrical but mine don't move so much and i had mine for a couple years now, i went to one doctor and she said there is no need to worry about it because cancer is hardly ever symmetrical and if it was i would have a 1 and 1 million chance pretty much that it was. i know how you feel i don't thibk yours is too much to worry about either. maybe yours is just a lipoma? which is just a fatty buildup tumor.
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Signs of ADHD

       There are certainly a lot of ADHD symptoms and also things that a intelligent child working the system might do.  I also always wonder about something like sensory integration disorder.  Does he have any normal things that he dislikes or gets really upset about?  textures, food, light, sound, etc.?   Reason why is that sensory is not dealt with by medication.     Here is a site about sensory -   http://www.sensory-processing-disorder.com/sensory-processing-disorder-checklist.html        If he does have ADHD or ADD, the meds will help with impulse control and concentration.  This can also then help things like anxiety and depression.      However, all studies show that the best results come from behavioral therapy and medication.   There are numerous things that can be done behavioral wise and I can give you plenty of links to sites that will help you.     I really don't have enough info yet to make recommendations.  But, yes, I would try a very low dose of meds and very slowly increase it.   Keep in mind that it will not solve all the things you mention.  That will take proper guidance on your part with the correct techniques.     In short, this is not something that can be answered in one post.  Plus, I am on vacation and a bit short of time, but didn't want to let you hang around any longer.  Do keep in touch and I will be getting back to you.       
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Does my son have Asperger's or something similar?

From your post it does sound very probable doesn't it. It sounds like academically he is doing well. Are you confident the school he is in will be able to support him in lessons and during playtime or unstructured free time? As he can read, lists and itinerarys are going to help organise him. Regarding his speech, it sounds like he may have Semantic Pragmatic Speech Disorder.  Google this to see if it fits.  He takes language literally.  He doesn't understand sarcasm or some types of humour.  He isn't being rude.  He is just taking the language literally, so when the teacher asked how many good children are there in this class, he just turned round and counted the good ones! As he is covering his ears, cannot ride a bike or use a knife and fork etc, I think you should google Sensory Integration Disorder.  This is something that can affect any or all of the senses.  It can cause them to be under or over sensitive, or flutuate between the two.  My son is also hyper sensitive to noise or sudden unpredictable noise.  Yet at other times he is okay with noise, and goes to a drum club.  If he cannot screen out background noise he retreats into himself and appears deaf. Has your son ever repeated words/phrases from TV or films or things he has heard other people say? If you are looking for a diagnosis you need to have a Speech and Language Therapist assess all aspects of his speech and social interaction skills.  This will include the above Semantic Pragmatic Disorder, Auditory processing and Auditory Memory skills as well as assessing his Receptive and Expressive language as there is usually a big difference in their ability to speak versus their understanding of what is said. If he has problems organising , planning, sequencing etc, or does not understant 'time' then google Executive Function Disorder. You also need an Educational/Clincial Psychologist to assess his cognitive skills, and an Occupational Therapist to assess his sensory perceptual problems. You are already aware of his strengths and weaknesses.  Children with Aspergers usually need extra help during playtime so that they aren't bullied.  This might involve joining dinner time clubs such as a computer club, library club etc.  He should also be involved in a Social Skills group that the school should put together with the help of the SALT and EP. If he is doing so well, he will probably go onto great things, because he will be motivated through his interests to follow a career in that area.  But he will need help and support for the other 'stuff' that other children just do naturally, but which he will have to rote learn and apply in his day to day life.
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