Causes And Ways To Deal With Lumps In The Neck Accompanied By Itching And Rashes On The Face?
Hello, I experienced a lump in the neck, and it was accompanied by itching and rashes on my face and back pain. What symptoms have I experienced?
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It is worth exploring further the bumps, itching and facial rashes, and back pain that you experience. Keep in mind since when these symptoms begin to appear, the characteristics of the bumps that arise, the size of the lump at the beginning of the emergence and enlargement of the lump (fast / slow), trigger the appearance of a lump, and itching and rashes on the face (post-impact, sensitive skin, use of facial products new, long time exposure to sunlight), other complaints experienced (palpitations, chest pain, swallowing, pain in the face, skin peeling, looking swollen), a history of previous similar illnesses, a history of allergies, and the treatment you have taken related to this complaint.
Lumps in the neck can be caused by several possible causes, such as abnormalities in the thyroid gland, abnormalities in the parathyroid gland, inflammation or blockage in the salivary glands, lumps in the lymph nodes, or an infection in the skin layer of the neck region. Itching and rashes on the face can be caused by sensitive skin, allergic reactions to certain substances, irritant reactions due to inappropriate use of facial products, fungal infections of the facial skin area. Pain in the back can be caused by post-impact conditions, disorders of the spinal arrangement, disorders of the nervous system related to the location of the pain, and other medical conditions.
It is recommended to consult a doctor in advance regarding further examination and management. Physical examination and supporting tests are needed to help diagnose the condition that is causing the symptoms that you are experiencing. Treatment will be adjusted to the results of the examination carried out.
Avoid taking medication alone without doctor's instructions, observing the condition of a lump in the neck, if shortness of breath arises, difficulty in eating, or discharge such as pus or blood from the lump, immediately consult a doctor. Avoid using changing facial products first, avoiding using facial ointment without consulting a doctor. Avoid lifting heavy weights first, you can stretch and relax before sleeping.
Hopefully this information can help you,