Causes And Treatment Of Swelling In The Neck?
, I want to ask. r n r nI had time to feel my submandibular glands swell, at that time I also had canker sores at 2 points, so I considered the swelling as a side effect of the canker sores. r n r nThen the glands it deflates by itself. Suddenly I woke up and found that my parotid glands were swollen. To open the mouth there is something strange in the parotid gland, why is that? R n r nI am looking for information, some say it is a mumps infection. Is that so?
What you experience can be caused by several possibilities such as:
Mucocele submandillary abscess
Mumps is an infection of the salivary glands caused by a virus. Submandibular abscess is a buildup of fluid that occurs in the submandibular area which can be triggered by infection in the area. If the abscess condition is not resolved properly, there can be a risk of spreading infection including disorders of the heart area. Mucocele is a condition where mucus builds up in the mouth that can cause lumps.
It's a good idea to see a doctor. It takes a more complete history and examination directly to distinguish what you are experiencing. Without it, your doctor cannot determine what condition you are experiencing. If you need therapy, the doctor will provide therapy in accordance with the cause that was found.
I hope this helps.