2. Swollen lymph nodes (especially in the neck)
The second of the relatively mild symptoms associated with toxoplasmosis, swollen lymph nodes, especially those in the neck, can be another common occurrence in people struck down by the infection.
Swollen lymph nodes can often alarm sufferers and taking to the internet in search of a quick search engine diagnosis is not recommended. This could either leave the research completely reassured that everything is fine or coming to terms with the fact that they have just days to live. Swollen lymph nodes are more of an annoyance and a cause of discomfort than anything to be too concerned over when they are caused by toxoplasmosis. Careful monitoring is necessary, and medical help should be sought if the swellings become increasingly painful or start to throb.
Whatever you do though, don’t make your mind up that you’ve got lymphoma based on a couple of quick click visits to good old Dr. Google.