How To Deal With Cysts In The Neck So They Don’t Recur?
In the afternoon, under the right jaw, q right at the neck there was a lump. From the ultrasound results, the results were cysts. I have sucked it several times but the bag is still filled with brown liquid like coca-cola. is this cyst dangerous? Is there a cure to dry the bag so that it doesn’t fill up again? Thanks
Hello Westin, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
Cysts in the neck are benign, fluid-filled tumors that develop in the thyroid gland caused by a lack of iodine in food, an autoimmune disorder that causes inflammation of the thyroid. A cyst is an abnormal gel-like structure that can be found all over the body. These cysts in the neck usually do not have any symptoms, the growth of cysts in the thyroid gland in the neck is usually a blockage of the outlet of the hormone channel, this blockage triggers swelling, resulting in a lump filled with water, solid substances and a mixture of the two. Conditions like this are usually due to the thyroid gland's performance is too active (hyperthyroid) or vice versa. The cause of your neck cyst could be:
Injury to the neck muscles
Enlarged lymph nodes
Enlarged salivary glands
Most of the cysts in the thyroid are benign cysts, but you should consult the doctor who sucked your cyst or to the surgeon for further treatment.
Several things you can do
A healthy, regular diet
Eat foods that are highly nutritious, multiply vegetables and fruits
Avoid instant food or fast food
Get enough rest
Get regular exercise
Thank you, hope it is useful. Dr. Nurmarwiyah