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Can u have pacemaker fitted on left side if you've had lymph nodes removed from that side

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talk with your doctor or cardiologist.

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Hi All, I have a lymph node behind my left ear, i need it to be removed. Please assist

sorry fixya site doesn't do operations
talk with a doctor as lymph nodes act like filters in the body to collect toxins and can often be cancerous
you should be talking with your doctor who can arrange the operation and tests

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I have a lump on my neck left side what is it please

It is a lump on the left side of your neck. could be lymph nodes, could be cancer. go see a doctor

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I have a lymph node on right side of neck i must have it removed im scared in case its cancer

please consult your medical doctor for advise. Lymph nodes are normal organs in the body and form an important function in its physiology.
Refer this article. If you have swelling then there could be other causes.
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Once again please note fixya is not a site for seeking medical advise. You should consult a medical practitioner.

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Swollen lymph on the left side

If you mean that you have a swollen lymph node, then you should see your doctor if it does not clear up within a couple of days. Swollen lymph can indicate an infection somewhere else in the body and often easily rectified.
However, a swelling in there region of the lymph nodes can indicate more serious issues and so a vist to the doctor is highly recommend if it goes on for more than just few days or becomes very painful.

IF you are referring to swollen lymph in a blood pressure monitor, please forward more details

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My pacemaker starts throbbing in my abdomin at 17.15 hrs every day which lasts for 3 minutes. is this normal

Boy is this posted in the wrong place. "If the pacemaker has one lead, it is known as a single chamber pacemaker. The lead can be placed in either the right atrium or the right ventricle. This type of device can be used only if the signal from the SA node or the AV node is the problem, and all other electrical conduction in the patient's heart is working correctly. Patients with this type of pacemaker can sometimes feel an uncomfortable neck throbbing, chest fullness or faintness when the device fires, known as pacemaker syndrome. Because of this problem, and the general ability to pump a greater volume of blood, some patients are treated with a dual chamber system."--BNET

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