I'm sorry to hear that your symptoms have come back! Unfortunately, I am going to have to recommend that you return to see your doctor
, since the symptoms appear not to have responded to treatment with antibiotics.
Although it is not entirely clear to me from the question what you were treated for, I am going to presume that it was a throat infection, most likely a strep throat infection, since this would give the kinds of symptoms that you are describing (pain in the throat, swelling of the glands in the "jugular" region of the neck). Although strep throat usually responds quickly to antibiotics, there are rare cases of stubborn or resistant infections that do not, and your doctor will want to evaluate you for persistent infection. Additionally, there are other throat infections -- especially infectious mononucleosis -- which may mimic strep throat but that will not respond at all to antibiotics. Your doctor may want to rule out infectious mononucleosis with some simple blood tests.
Additionally, your doctor will want to take a look in your mouth to make sure you haven't developed any complications from this infection, such as an abscess
in the back of the throat, which might require more aggressive treatment.