Inflammation Of The Tonsils Accompanied By Cavities And Lumps In The Left Neck?
hello good night … I have tonsils left all right, and also cavities in my upper teeth. It’s been more than 2 months with tonsils but why does my tongue look like a big bump when the tonsils recur …? Problems with cavities, I went to the doctor and the doctor said his teeth couldn’t be pulled out because they were too small and almost gone … forced These teeth are to reduce the pain of cavities in the patch …, when his teeth hurt flat bones are swollen and the eyes feel itchy … and I did not realize in the left neck like there was a lump but not visible … only felt when in touch … the lump was caused because of tonsils or toothache? the lump was 1 month …
Hello Danchiest, thanks for asking.
I'm trying to reconfirm your story, so it's not too confusing. So you have a history of tonsillitis that has been going on for 2 months. In addition, you have dental cavities that have been patched. Then, in one month, a lump on the left neck appeared. Oh, I see?
First, what you mean is tonsillitis (tonsillitis), not tonsils. Tonsils, also called tonsils, are found in the throat and number in pairs, right and left. The tonsils can develop infections and inflammation, called tonsillitis. So, the word 'tonsils' is not a diagnosis of a disease, but rather a normal structure in the human throat. Tonsillitis can be caused by bacteria or viruses. Inflamed tonsils can be enlarged, red, causing pain when swallowing, accompanied by fever. Inflamed tonsils can appear bumpy or perforated and have white patches. You did not explain whether inflammation of your tonsils lasted 2 months continuously or disappeared arising in these 2 months. If tonsillitis lasts continuously for 2 months, then you should consult with your doctor to get the right treatment. Do not leave the inflamed tonsils, because the tonsils can enlarge and clog the throat, making breathing difficult and difficult to swallow.
Regarding cavities, consult your dentist well. Generally, doctors will wait for infections in the teeth to subside, then take action. The doctor will give the possibility of action, whether the teeth are patched, operated, or other actions.
Lumps on your neck may be enlarged lymph nodes. Lymph nodes are normally found in the neck, jaw, armpit, groin, and so on. When an infection occurs in the surrounding organs, the lymph nodes may experience enlargement. It is possible that enlarged lymph nodes are caused by inflammation of the tonsils and cavities. First treat tonsillitis and cavities. Generally, after the infection problem is over, the lymph nodes will shrink on their own. Consult with your doctor, to look for other possibilities, such as cysts or tumors.
Thus information from me, may be useful. Regards.