Inflammation Of The Tonsils, Speckled Tongue, Headache To Vomiting And Ear Pain?
I have been sick for 8 days, my body was feverish and hot, then I had a headache in my back until I was sick. First of all I was diagnosed with migraine, I checked the same time again with a different one in the German agnosa. Then after 5 days I asked the doctor who was working, he said my tonsils were swollen and recommended for consumption of anti-inflammatory and antibiotics. I drink very well, when I get home from work I get headaches, my ears hurt until I vomit. Until now I also still have headaches in the back so that my ears and throat feel full. Please provide information and what should I do
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Inflammation of the tonsils or tonsillitis is inflammation that occurs in the tonsils or tonsils. Tonsils or tonsils are small organs located near the base of the tongue, functioning in the body's defense system. This disease is caused by a virus, it can also be caused by bacteria.
A person suffering from tonsillitis will experience fever, fullness of the mouth, sore throat, difficulty swallowing, nausea, headache, ear pain and enlarged neck lymph nodes (if tonsillitis is caused by bacteria). Fever is a reaction of the body due to inflammation. You can compress with warm water to help reduce heat. You can also take over-the-counter heat-lowering medications, such as Paracetamol. Besides reducing heat, paracetamol also works to reduce sore throat, pain when swallowing, ear pain and headache.
Nausea occurs due to enlargement of the tonsils and the inflammatory process that occurs stimulates the gag reflex. In addition, someone who has tonsillitis tends to experience decreased appetite due to pain and difficulty when swallowing. Resulting in an increase in stomach acid due to eating less than usual. This increase in stomach acid causes nausea and vomiting. You can eat mushy or porridge foods little by little but often.
Headache and ear pain can occur due to the spread of pain from inflamed tonsils. Ear pain is also caused by the closed channel between the mouth and ear, resulting in an increase in pressure on the middle ear.
Tonsillitis usually resolves in one week. If in one week it has not healed well, you can consult an ENT doctor.
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