Always Headaches, Nausea, And Body Aches All?
Morning, I want to ask about my mother’s condition. So, my mom often feels headaches, not dizziness but feeling nervous. In addition, even though he had enough bed and rest, every morning his body was always sick. Sometimes his hands feel like pinching or his feet feel like they are pricked by needles. If the head is very painful, it can be nauseous and then vomit. At first I thought I had a cold, but it went on continuously … then recently my mom said that she felt like her head hurt like tight, but my mom wasn’t tight at all, so if you hold her head it hurts when there is a lump (but there is no lump), then mama said that her hand was cold and she held the part of the head that felt sick like a lump (but there was no lump) it felt like it was cool, the metaphor is like if you have a fever then you give a compress. That’s why you can get headaches like that? Had blood tests but all conditions are normal. And if I want to take my mom to the doctor, what specialist do I have to see? I am very confused and ask for your help. GBU ..
From the information you have conveyed, there are complaints of severe and disturbing headaches, it is necessary to carry out direct examination and evaluation by a neurologist, especially if this complaint persists, recurs, and the results of blood tests are normal (if the blood test is referred directly by a doctor).
With an examination by a doctor, the doctor can evaluate the possible causes of this complaint, such as:
1.infections, such as sore throat, typhus
2. stress or anxiety
3. high blood pressure
4. digestive disorders
5. physical exhaustion
6. metabolic disorders, such as cholesterol, diabetes, uric acid
7. heart problems
8. compression of the spinal cord in the neck area
9. process in the head
Further tests can be done to help confirm further risks, such as X-rays or CT scans.
The results of the examination will form the basis of treatment and treatment.
What the patient can do in the form of regular exercise, idealize body weight, warm compresses to the head.
That's the information we can convey, read also headaches.