Left-hand Headache Accompanied By Fever?
, I have almost 1 year every month must have had headaches on the left (even the left nostril), sometimes accompanied by heat, sometimes moving, backward, upward, right but only a few seconds / minutes, sometimes to the neck, to shoulder, even to the knee, don’t understand me, sometimes nausea + stomach pain (because I have an ulcer), cold back, trembling, legs + cold hands, what is it because I always think about where to go? Because of that I often cried, I felt depressed, from dlu I wanted to check but was always afraid because my mind was actually going everywhere, always haunted by the shadow of pain, death, bad things + other scary. I am also not as cheerful as I am, always depressed, unhappy, I want to be back like I am, but it is very difficult, What should I do?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition that you experience can occur due to various possibilities. It can all be one particular disease, it can be various diseases that happen to be close together or even together, it can all be influenced by psychic or mind, it can all be just physical complaints, or it can be partially influenced by psychic and some other physical.
Among the possibilities are:
Migraine Headache cluster Sinusitis Fibromyalgia Dehydration Anemia Low blood sugar levels Psychosomatic
And many other possibilities. Which is all that possibility can not be ascertained if there is no direct examination. So we strongly recommend that you check yourself with a general practitioner first. This is very important because with so many possibilities, forcing treatment can actually cause misunderstandings and harm yourself. We don't even know your age and gender. With a direct check, your identity can be known, as well as your history, which symptoms can be grouped into one disease, and which are different diseases, and what is the best treatment.
Meanwhile, no need to worry too much, what is important is to live a healthy lifestyle by avoiding cigarette smoke, maintain ideal body weight, regular exercise, consumption of nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables, fruit, milk and meat, avoid fast food, and if there is pain You may take over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the usage rules listed. So, hopefully answering your question.