A Lump Appears On The Crown Accompanied By Dizziness?
Good evening, I want to ask if there is a lump on the crown accompanied by dizziness, what are the symptoms, but I did not hit my head, please explain
Hello Deri, Tarima, thanks for the question.
A lump on the crown of the head (crown) can be caused by:
sebaceous cysts, which are fluid-filled sacs that form from oil glands
Epidermoid cyst, which is a fluid-filled sac that forms from skin tissue
Is the complaint you feel is a headache or dizziness? Lumps that are large in size can press on the scalp and can cause headaches. Headache and dizziness are two different terms. Dizziness is a term used to describe the sensation of spinning, the sensation of losing your balance, or the sensation of fainting. Some of the causes of dizziness are head injuries, blockage of blood vessels in the brain, benign paroxysmal vertigo, Meniere's disease, anemia, dehydration, low blood sugar levels, and others.
If this complaint has been going on for some time and interferes with your activities, please consult your doctor. The doctor needs to examine you to determine the cause and provide treatment according to the cause.
Please do the following suggestions:
consuming nutritious food
consume more water
get enough rest
Apply a warm compress to the area of this lump or take paracetamol if you feel a headache
Hope this information helps you.