Heartburn And Left Eyebrow?
I have been sick for 3 days on my left eyebrow. I tried taking the recommended medicine, but the pain is still strong. In fact, it hurts in the pit of the stomach why huh?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of pain in the left eyebrow is actually not a specific enough complaint. The cause can occur because there are indeed injuries, skin infections, skin irritation, pus buildup, bite marks or insect stings, or something that happens behind the skin such as nerve injuries, nerve infections and the like. So here because we don't do a direct examination on you, we can't guess what diagnosis your doctor made, what medication was given, and whether it really had anything to do with the pain in your gut.
Because indeed, some drugs can provide side effects in the form of pain in the pit of the stomach, but on the other hand, there are also many things that can cause pain, such as consuming coffee for some people, eating spicy foods, infections, late eating, and so forth.
Therefore, the recommendation is that you should return to the same doctor for further evaluation. Tell them that you have a new complaint, so that your doctor can assess whether there really is a connection between the complaint and the treatment given previously. If your doctor was a general practitioner beforehand, ask if you need to be referred. Do not rush to move doctors, because some diseases can not be immediately detected and cured at the first meeting.
What is clear, if indeed the pain in your solar plexus only appears after you take the medicine, you can stop taking the drug first, and go to the pharmacy to look for over-the-counter pain relievers that do not have the same ingredients as prescribed in You. In addition, warm compresses your eyebrows, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.