Do Nasal Fractures Cause Headaches?
Hello r nPlease introduce my name is pure and beautiful, 18 years old. R nWhen I was 6 years old, my nose was stabbed with wood and bled a lot. R nBut I never went for treatment. R nAnd since grade 1 junior high school until now I have had headaches every day. Almost never feel no headaches. R nAnd now the pain reaches my ears, around my cheeks, sores. R nNow I am in college, and I have headaches every day, every time, even the pain is unbearable, not only in my head but almost around my face, all doctors. r nPlease ask for an explanation. r nThank you. r nWssalamu’alaikum.
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The headaches you feel can be related to trauma to the nose, but this relationship is certainly not a direct relationship because the trauma you have had for a long time. As a result of the trauma you have experienced, it can trigger abnormal bone healing or lead to tumor growth. This bone mass or tumor can press on the nerves of the head, causing headaches. You can suspect this if the shape of the nose appears asymmetrical, there is a mass that is getting bigger and bigger and the smell is disturbed. If you experience any of the above, then immediately consult the nearest doctor.
However, your condition can also be caused by things like the following:
1. Migraine, which is one-sided headache characterized by throbbing pain, usually triggered by lack of rest, consumption of coffee or chocolate. Complaints can be exacerbated when seeing lights or listening to noise, but they may not.
2. Tension type headache is a headache caused by stress, characterized by headaches such as tension or pressure.
To relieve your symptoms, you can take painkillers such as paracetamol. Get adequate rest and avoid foods that trigger headaches.
So, hopefully it's useful.