How To Overcome A Bump On The Forehead?
I ask. I’m a fighter here. well at that time I was a big white brick attraction. I broke it on my forehead. then the bump on my forehead. smpek skrng even though the lump I massage is not flat or not gone flat “. how to cure it ??
Hello, Fatimatus Zahro, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Lumps on the forehead can be caused by hematoma or other things, such as skin abscesses, lipomas, or other soft tissue tumors, etc. But what usually happens after a collision is a hematoma, a condition where the collision causes a blood vessel to burst so that blood comes out of the blood vessel, clots, and forms a lump. But still to be sure to do a direct examination by a doctor to see the characteristics of the lump and check its safety. Sometimes the doctor will also conduct supporting examinations such as x-rays or CT-scans to see the safety of important tissues and organs, whether there are broken bones, affected parts of the brain, and so on, but depending on the indications. Treatment of these lumps depends on the cause and severity. For example in the hematoma, its handling depends on its size. In a small hematoma usually absorbed by the tissue itself, but in a large hematoma usually requires the removal of the hematoma (for example by suctioning). In abscesses / infections, antibiotics and removal of the abscess are usually needed. So that treatment really depends on the cause.
What can be done to prevent severity is rest, avoid bumps on the head, avoid squeezing / touching the bump first with unclean hands / tools, compressing the bumpy area with cold water, and can be bandaged with elastic bandage. Take paracetamol or ibuprofen for pain relief. If it does not go soft, gets bigger, feels pain, dizziness, headache, fever, you should immediately consult a doctor.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.