Headache, Lip Swelling And Shortness Of Breath Due To Acne?
good night doctor I want to ask at the tip of my nose growing acne already 2 days not healed and this acne is very painful to the headache and cheeks, my lips swollen my front teeth also hurt and it’s a bit hard to breathe every time I move very sick and when touched the part around him excruciating pain. Is this acne dangerous? What actions can I take when I’m in pain?
Hello Ade Shafa,
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Acne or in medical language is called acne vulgaris is a lump or spots that appear on the face, neck, chest, or back due to blocked hair follicles, hormonal changes, and bacterial infections. However, acne generally does not cause headache, lip swelling, tooth pain, and shortness of breath.
Some conditions or illnesses that can cause symptoms like you mentioned include:
Allergy, is a hypersensitive process due to exposure to certain substances or particles, which can be food (shrimp, fish, eggs, etc.), small particles (dust, pollen, animal hair), weather (cold, heat), etc. Common symptoms that often occur are redness, swelling, shortness of breath, and itching. Cellulitis, an inflammation or infection of the inner skin, can be caused by viruses or bacteria. Gingivitis, an infection of the gums that is often accompanied by several symptoms, such as the color of older gums, bleeding, or bad breath. Meningitis, is an infection of the lining of the brain, which can be caused by viruses, bacteria, or fungi and can be a complication of infections of the facial skin or teeth and mouth. Some things you can do at home are:
Maintain facial hygiene, by washing your face 2-3 times a day with mild facial soap. Reduce consumption of fatty foods Avoid stress Identify things that can trigger symptoms (allergens) If your pain is very disturbing your activity or rest, you can take anti-pain drugs that have green logo (sold freely in pharmacies) in accordance with the dosage and regulations use that is listed on the package Maintaining dental and oral hygiene Consuming nutritious food by meeting fluid needs per day If the complaint does not improve within a few days, or has often arisen without apparent cause, I advise you to consult a general practitioner or specialist doctor skin for a more complete examination and appropriate handling.
Thus, hopefully can help.