Frequent Headaches Accompanied By Sneezing And Nasal Congestion?
good afternoon, r nI imeldaa, I want to ask, I often feel pain in the head, more precisely in the area around the eyebrows to the bridge of the nose, I feel very intense pain, but it happens not every time, only certain times it hurts in the head it came, what happened to me ?? Sometimes I also experience sneezing and nasal congestion, if it is cold or dusty, something that is inside the nose (like flesh grows everyone has it) will be reddish and enlarge to cover the nostrils, it makes me unable to breathe with skli, is this the cause of the polyp ?? do you have to do surgery? and I also often feel pain in my breasts, unusual pain, only one thing I feel pain, can this be called breast cancer ?? please help for the info, thank you in advance, sorry to disturb you good afternoon ..
Hello dear Imelda, thanks for your question
Based on the information you shared, you are likely to have allergic rhinitis. In contrast to rhinitis that is caused by a viral or bacterial infection, allergic rhinitis often appears (recurrent) when a person is exposed to an allergic source (allergen). Some common allergens are dust mites, pollen, and animal hair. Generally, cold weather will worsen the symptoms of allergic rhinitis. As for some of the symptoms that are often complained of:
discharge from the nose that is clear like nasal discharge itchy nasal congestion itchy eyes and watery sneezing recurring coughing Although generally mild, sometimes allergic rhinitis can cause obstacles in daily activities. Especially if there are other diseases that aggravate allergic rhinitis, namely sinusitis, asthma, or polyps.
Sinusitis is inflammation of the mucosal lining of the sinus cavity. The symptom experienced by the sufferer is pain in the forehead or around the nose, especially when pressed. Meanwhile, polyps are often discovered through physical examination of the nasal cavity, where a pale stalky mass is found.
To ascertain the nose problems you are facing, you should check with an ENT specialist. Through direct examination with special tools, also supported by additional tests such as X-rays or CT-scans, doctors can confirm the diagnosis and determine the appropriate treatment steps. While waiting for the doctor's help, you should avoid various factors that are thought to trigger symptoms.
Finally, regarding breast pain (mastalgia) that you are facing, you should not panic because not all mastalgia indicates a malignant process (cancer) in the breast tissue. Under normal conditions, women can experience mastalgia, for example, before or during menstruation. In addition, here are some of the causes of mastalgia:
mastitis (inflammation of the breast) drugs, such as hormonal contraceptives, breast size that is too large an unhealthy diet, which is high in fat and carbohydrates in injury to other parts of the body, such as the shoulder muscles, chest, or back of breast tumors. is to do warm / cold compresses on the sore breast area, use a bra with the right size, and consume over-the-counter pain relievers, such as paracetamoil. For more details, you can read the article on breast pain
Hopefully this is useful