Associated Lump In The Neck With Difficulty Walking?
Hi … r nI have a lump in my neck, and it is difficult to walk even to get up I am very struggling .. r nI feel excruciating pain in the back of my body, especially my waist, which makes it difficult for me to get up and walking … r nAnd I went to the internal medicine department, the doctor said that my pain and difficulty getting up and walking were due to a lump on my neck ??? r nIs it true ?? r nAnd I gave the drug ripampicin450 + tb vit 6 …
Neck lumps can have a variety of causes. From the situation you are experiencing, difficulty walking to pain in the spine may be caused by a TB infection. TB infection is an infection that can attack various organs of the body, such as the lungs, lymph nodes, spine, and brain.
If you have a lump on your neck, it could be due to TB infection. Glandular tuberculosis infection can cause symptoms such as lumps in the neck, lumps are soft, easily tired, and can be accompanied by weight loss. Glandular tuberculosis infection can spread to other organs such as the spine. Infection of the spine can cause difficulty walking, weakness in the limbs, and pain in the spine.
The treatment you are doing using rifampicin is a therapy for TB infection.
Therefore, indeed a lump in the neck caused by TB infection can cause difficulty walking, especially if the infection spreads to the spinal area and causes nerve damage.
do routine control to a specialist in internal medicine, so that the doctor can routinely check the progress of your condition.
The following is an article that you can read about Tuberculosis
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