A Headache Accompanied By Pain Around The Nose?
Hello, good afternoon .. u003cbr u003e I want to ask about my wife’s condition. Before marriage, she had a history of sinusitis and thank God for being treated and never relapsed again. lately the whole body often feels itchy and leaves scars like being affected by caterpillars. u003cbr u003eyg I want to ask, is sinusitis in my wife back again? or does everything I tell you above have something to do with sinusitis?
Hello, Alfian Husen, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Headaches can be caused by many possibilities, can be primary headaches (no headaches, for example: tension headaches, migraine, cluster headaches) or secondary headaches (there are other diseases that cause headaches, for example: sinusitis, disorders eye, brain infection / lining of the brain, dental disease, tumors / bumps on the head, etc.).
Frequent itching, joints and rheumatic muscles, nasal pain, can be caused by different causes or interconnected with headaches, such as body infections (due to viruses, bacteria), allergies, autoimmune, psychological causes, etc. To determine the cause of the symptoms experienced, it is necessary to do a direct examination by a doctor. The doctor will carry out the necessary physical and supportive examinations, for example a complete blood test or X-ray.
The treatment depends on the results of the examination and the cause. To relieve headaches and nasal pain, paracetamol or ibuprofen can be given and adequate rest. Get enough sleep, avoid stress, avoid smoke, maintain cleanliness, and meet your daily nutritional and fluid needs. If there are allergies, avoid things that cause allergies.
Do not delay to the doctor if the headache is getting worse and worse, accompanied by fever, convulsions, visual disturbances, shortness of breath, significant weight loss (without dieting / losing weight).
That's all, hopefully it's useful.