Causes Behind The Neck There Are Small And Hard Lumps, Anemia, Often Fever And Black Vision?
when I was in grade 7, my white blood cells were 18,000 parcels if I’m not mistaken * I’m sorry I lost everything. Now I’m in grade 11.d behind me I have small lumps and hard, and I have anemia, often weak lethargic, and sometimes take a nap like to sweat a lot and wake up and wake up like a rich body with its own heartbeat .. Continue to like to live falling down by myself Tba2 is walking a black view, I often have a fever twice a month in the span of 1 time a fever. Can be 3 queues. Easily sick. That’s me, why? Alright right, just an ordinary disease?
Thank you for the question.
Increased white blood cell levels generally indicate infection, for example due to viruses or bacteria. This infection can attack various organ systems, such as respiratory infections, urinary tract, digestion, meningitis, and so on. Not all of these infections are dangerous. Provided that it has been detected and treated since, many infections can heal well without leaving dangerous complications. In addition to infection, white blood cells can also increase due to malignancy, inflammatory disorders, allergies, and many other possibilities.
Small and hard lumps that appear behind the neck can be many possible causes, the most common are skin infections, lymphadenopathy (enlarged lymph nodes), benign or malignant tumors. As for your condition that often experiences weakness, lethargy, excessive sweating, trembling, palpitations, loss of balance, black vision, frequent fever, and easy pain can also arise due to various reasons, for example dehydration, anemia, hypoglycemia, hypotension, viral infections or bacteria, heart disorders, inflammatory disorders, immune disorders, electrolyte balance disorders, psychological disorders, and so on.
You can observe in our explanation above, your complaints, both those that arose before and now, can be very many possible triggers, can be interrelated, but can also not. Of course, differentiating the various types of conditions above is not as easy as an online consultation like this. First, you need to check yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that a more comprehensive evaluation is carried out, not only through interviews and physical examinations, but also possible supporting tests, such as blood tests, x-rays, heart records, and so on.
In order for your stamina to be more excellent and your immune system to increase, you need to do:
More routine exercise every day
Eat a variety of healthy foods and balanced nutritional value
Do not smoke, do not consume drugs or alcohol
Sleep and wake up regularly
Manage your stress and emotions wisely
Avoid taking drugs carelessly
Hope this helps ...