10. Swollen lymph nodes
Lymph nodes tend to get swollen or enlarged when there is an infection or injury, making it a bit easier for doctors to know there is something wrong. Lymph nodes are present in the neck, underarms, and groin. Swollen lymph nodes appear as a side effect of measles, mumps, bacterial infections, and some STDs but tend to go away within a month or so. However, if they do not go to their regular size or decrease within four to six weeks, talk to your doctor.
11. Trouble and discomfort swallowing.
Difficult swallowing, weight loss, and vomiting are symptoms you need to bring to your doctor’s attention.