Headaches Accompanied By Bleeding In The Mouth?
I am 24 years old. I want to ask a doctor because so far I have never had a health check. The last recurrence was 2 years ago, but I started to get sick when I was in high school … 2 days, my body hurts, my body feels hot and cold, the peak is that my head is really dizzy and doesn’t feel blood from my mouth. That’s why yes? I want to check fear … and let me be afraid of why “or what medicine do I take?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern. Conditions that you experience with headaches and bleeding from the mouth, can occur due to various possibilities, which most likely are not related to one another.
For example for headaches, this can occur due to migraines or headaches, tension headaches, the influence of tired eyes, sinusitis, high blood pressure due to fatigue, lack of sleep and stress, and so forth. For bleeding, if it starts with coughing, there may be bleeding in the respiratory tract or upper digestive tract. But if there is just like that in the mouth, it could be due to bleeding gums from brushing your teeth too tight, eating sharp-angled food, or because of low platelet levels.
The point is that we want to convey, further investigation is still needed to be able to understand your condition, its tendencies, and its best handling. Therefore, you should check with your doctor so that there are no misunderstandings, and you can get the best treatment that is most appropriate for you.
In the meantime, may take over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the rules of use listed, getting adequate rest, avoiding smoking and managing stress, avoiding staying up late, don't look at the screen too long, multiply the consumption of fruits and vegetables, and check yourself immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.