Causes Of Canker Sores, Colds, Sore Throat And Dizziness?
Hello. I want to ask, I put thrush on the tongue at the right end, then my teeth ache when pressed. After 3 days it has improved but instead a cold, sore throat and dizziness appear. But only the left side, the right side is normal. I wonder why?
Good afternoon, Laila Utrujah, thanks for asking for HealthReplies.com.
Based on the explanation of the complaint you are experiencing, i.e.
Thrush, colds, and sore throats that you feel may be called symptoms / signs of inflammation in the respiratory tract. Other symptoms that you can feel are coughing, hoarseness, and fever (temperatures above 37.5 degrees Celsius). To reduce this you should drink plenty of water (mineral water), eat soft foods to reduce pain when swallowing food, multiply rest, use a mask, eat less fried foods. If you have a sore throat, you can buy analgesics (pain relievers) that you can buy at the nearest pharmacy. Generally, if inflammation, by undergoing the pattern mentioned above, can recover well, but if the complaints do not go away, immediately go to the nearest doctor to find out the causes and more appropriate treatment.
As for the complaints that you mentioned dizzy, I would like to first explain the difference between dizziness and headache. If meant by dizziness is a feeling where you feel spinning or floating, while for headache is a feeling like a head bound, throbbing, depressed, or stabbed.
Based on your explanation for dizziness (more precisely headache) which is only on the left side can be caused by:
type of cluster headache (headache on one side and feels like being pricked around the eye), or it can also be caused by migraine headaches (with characteristic headaches, throbbing), or other possibilities, related to a history of tooth pain that you mentioned above. To reduce this you can use pain medication or if there is no change / it gets worse immediately make an appointment with a neurologist and dentist for dental treatment.
Thus, hopefully useful