Headaches To The Nose And Eyes?
Good evening doctor. R nIntroduce me Alfin, I’m a young mother in my 30s. I live in Perth, Australia. R n r n 1 week ago I was struck by a flue and cough but not much. After 1 week I felt my body condition improved. But, cough sometimes 3 or 4 times a day (light). R n r n2 today, my right head aches but doesn’t hurt very much. R nLife is heavy, but not runny. Today, I tried to discharge my nose several times (not at the same time, pausing for several hours). First I blow left, the net doesn’t come out. Finally, I blew the right one, came out a little (sorry) clear, green and bloody snot and runny snot. And when I blow the right nose feels a little pain on the inside. R n r nAnd I try to blow again empty does not come out .. After a few hours I tried the same thing, it turns out the same thing I experienced. Today I tried about 3 or 4 times. R nToday, I felt a slight pain in the nose and it spread to the eyes and head of the right back … r n r nMy question, is this the effect of flue? r n (I have just experienced it for the first time) r n r nOr you have an air allergy? r n (I just moved 1 year ago). r n r nOr there are other causes? r n r nThank you so much doctor for your time. Greetings, my respect.
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Headache complaints are complaints that are often experienced and found in medical services at health centers, clinics or hospitals. This is because the extent of the cause of this complaint. Headache complaints are a form of complaint of pain that occurs in the head region, and is often caused by several things, such as:
1. physical fatigue
3. lack of sleep
5. early complaints of flu, fever, laryngitis, sinusitis or other infections
6. Other diseases, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, or disorders of the central nervous system
To find out the cause of headaches, you should do a direct examination by your family doctor. The doctor will ascertain the cause of this complaint by interviewing, physical examination, and supporting examination if necessary. Handling will be given based on the cause, such as giving and treating patients with flu and cough.
In connection with your question, there are complaints of headaches, corner of the eye, which is accompanied by flu, heavy nose, runny nose, possibly can be caused by strep throat or inflammation of your nasal cavity. The presence of nasal congestion often causes complaints of pain in the corner of the eye, watery eyes and also the scalp of the head due to tense head muscles. These complaints are the initial complaints that are often experienced in flu or throat patients; and these complaints provide information to patients that your physical condition is declining, and that you need physical recovery and stamina. Increased endurance by maintaining a healthy food intake, adequate rest, and symptomatic treatment are expected to help restore your physical condition.
Thus, because you have been in a new residence for 1 year, the possibility of this complaint is not due to allergies; especially if you don't have a history of allergies.
However, to ensure all this, you should consult with your family doctor as stated above.
Thus the info we can convey.