The treatment for swollen glands depends on the cause, according to WebMD. Some of the most common causes of swollen lymph node glands are bacterial infections, which are treated with antibiotics, and viral infections, w... More »

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Swollen glands in the neck are commonly lymph nodes that respond to over-the-counter pain relievers, warm compresses and adequate rest, according to Mayo Clinic. The lymph nodes swell when they are fighting an infection,... More »

Allergies can cause swollen glands or lymph nodes, according to WebMD. They can also cause a host of other symptoms, some of them serious. More »

While treatment for swollen feet varies depending on the underlying cause, it typically includes elevating the feet, taking antibiotics for infection and wrapping an injured foot, according to MedicineNet.com. If foot sw... More »

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While the administration of medication may help, treatment for restless leg syndrome, or RLS, requires finding the underlying cause of the condition and treating it; for example, if nicotine, caffeine or alcohol is causi... More »

Some questions for physicians about erectile dysfunction include asking about treatment options, what treatments are covered by insurance and what the cause of the condition may be, according to WebMD. Patients may also ... More »

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Since bleeding after menopause is abnormal, the symptom always requires assessment by a physician to determine the cause and prescribe an appropriate course of treatment, according to WebMD. Possible causes of postmenopa... More »

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