A Lump In The Right Neck That Reappears Despite Treatment?
Hello, I want to ask. What medicine is good for the right swollen neck gland. This gland in my neck does not continue to expand but is still swollen. 5 days ago I was able to see a doctor and given the drug becom-c and levofloxacin. Udh 2 days using the drug the swelling in my neck decreased but a few days later my swelling returned to normal
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It should be clarified, did the doctor who examined you did mention that the glands in your neck were swollen? What tests have you been through to determine the cause of the swelling in your neck?
Swelling in the neck actually can not only be caused by swollen lymph nodes (lymphadenopathy). It could also, swelling in the neck arising from other conditions, such as post-injury, insect bites, skin infections, cellulitis, enlargement of the thyroid gland, mumps, benign or malignant tumors, and so on. Ascertaining the cause of the swelling in the neck needs to be done by a doctor's examination directly, or supported by some further tests, such as x-rays, ultrasound, biopsy, laboratory, and so on.
If you have undergone a series of examinations above, and it is stated that the doctor has swollen lymph nodes, then this condition can be caused by many factors, including infections (such as tuberculosis, syphilis, cytomegalovirus, dental abscesses, HIV, cat scratch marks skin infections), drug side effects, immune disorders, lymph node tumors, or other tumors that spread to lymph nodes. Each swollen lymph node may be a sign that the cause has not been completely resolved. For that, you are advised to check yourself back to the doctor or a specialist in the closest internal medicine, yes. Treatment of swollen lymph nodes can be done with a variety of therapeutic modalities, including for example the administration of drugs, surgery, and so on.
For now, it's best if you don't take medicine carelessly. Rest more regularly, avoid holding swelling around your neck with warm water, and compress your swollen neck with warm water to improve the swelling.
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