Headaches Associated With Chronic Flu?
Good evening, I want to ask. It’s been a few months and almost a year that I have had a cold that doesn’t get better, I’ve had time to consult an ENT doctor but he said this is not a symptom of a synergy but just a cold caused by cold temperature allergies because the flu also occurs at night. And 3 days ago until now I felt a headache on the left and when I looked down, and also my scalp felt like there was a small lump / lump which when touched or manipulated to be removed was very painful (it hurts) also sometimes my ears a little pain (pain) at once. Are these symptoms related to the chronic flu? Thank you
Flu-like symptoms such as cough, runny nose, nasal congestion can be caused due to various causes, one of the causes which is quite often due to an allergic rhinitis. Allergic Rhintis is a hypersensitivity state of the airways due to allergens such as cold air, dust, animal dander, smoke. Prolonged allergic rhinitis can cause a persistent cold, cough, throat with phlegm, and possibly headaches.
From the circumstances you are experiencing, this headache can be a symptom of your allergy. A long cold or nasal congestion can cause headaches. Usually the headache will get better if allergy symptoms have improved.
The lump on your head can also affect the headache you are experiencing. If the lump is caused by an boil then it can cause the area around the lump to feel painful and often cause headaches.
Therefore, if the lump you are experiencing does not get better within 7 days, then you should see a doctor immediately, so that the doctor can check your condition directly. It is important to avoid triggering your allergies.
Here is an article you can read about Itchy Nose, Chances are You Have Allergic Rhinitis
may be useful. Thank you