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    Glandular Swelling Has Yet To Go Away Completely
    matthew2689 posted:
    Im just curious. I was diagnosed with cellulitis about 2 1/2 weeks ago. I was put on 7 day antibiotics and it seemed to have gone away. Although now I have jock itch in the same area and my glands have not yet gone down. I guess I'm more worried about the glands than the presence of jock itch (seeing as the skin after cellulitis was peeling and coming off and after I felt better I started exercising again quite frequently). Anyway the glands are rock hard but moveable and not as massive as they were when I first had cellulitis. Is this somewhat normal. Also my leg has been somewhat achey on the inside by the groin and the knee.

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