Cough Accompanied By Severe Headaches?
, every cough is always a pain in the head which is very great especially I’m also having a cold but bleeding, it’s been like this for one Sunday and that’s why?
Thank you for the question.
Coughs and colds most often indicate an inflamed respiratory tract, can be due to allergies, irritation, infection, foreign body entry, impaired immunity, sensitivity to certain drugs, even benign or malignant tumors in the vicinity. When coughing, the muscles around the head, chest, and abdomen will contract more severely, so that pain can arise. When experiencing a cold, blood vessels around the nasal cavity will widen, making it more prone to rupture. Bleeding from the nose during colds can also be caused by excessive sniffing or prying nose. In some cases, it can also be a bloody snot indicating a more serious condition, such as sinusitis, nasal polyps, bleeding disorders, even nasopharyngeal carcinoma.
Your condition, if it has happened more than 3 days, should be checked directly to the doctor or ENT doctor. Often, your doctor will give you some medicine as an initial treatment. If it has not improved, the doctor can recommend that you undergo further tests, such as x-rays, nasal cavity endoscopy, blood tests, CT scans, and so on.
In the meantime, you should do it first:
Relieve headaches by taking paracetamol Do not scrape your nose or blow your nose too hard Avoid contact with cold (including from air conditioning, fans, or cold food and drinks), smoke, dust, pollution, and other substances that are prone to make the airway and throat inflamed eat warm food and broth sauce Also consume ginger drinks if necessary Increase more Stay away from cigarettes Hope it helps huh ..