Left Headache, Left Nasal Congestion, Left Ear Pain, And Feeling Stiff?
, I feel a lot of pain. Initially, I was a migraine and after that I had menstruation. Then after the migraine disappeared, my whole head seemed to feel stiff (not dizzy). And I have a cold. which is often blocked with the left nose, while the right feels like it’s fine. The dominant head hurts on the left put. The stiffness was almost as bad as the moment but the pain only came at a glance. The point is, if it already hurts, it really hurts. Such pain. Then my ears inside feel like it’s hot and stiff too. Then today my chest hurts a little like pain. But it does not cause aches in the body or back. And right now I also have canker sores near the gums so my throat feels bad. Now, from what I’ve experienced, I’m sick. Especially my head, why does it feel so tense? Is there a relationship with stress and dehydration. I ask for an explanation after that I will check immediately. Please answer yes. thanks.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Your complaint, as a whole, may actually be a number of conditions that occur close together rather than a single disease that occurs on an ongoing basis. If there can be grouped, including left dominant headache, left nasal congestion, left ear pain, and stiffness. This condition can be caused by cluster headaches, conditions of trigeminal neuralgia, and migraine.
These conditions are not yet known because the exact occurrence, but can arise due to several triggers, such as stress, hot weather, allergic rhinitis, extreme temperatures, inhaling cigarette smoke, sexual activity, alcohol consumption and family history with similar complaints.
Then for other complaints such as canker sores on the gums, can occur due to lack of nutrition, sharp food punctures, and fungal infections. Neither for complaints of sore throat, aches in the body or back and so forth. Our advice is that you should consult a neurologist for further examination of your condition with a history, a brief physical examination, and possibly a support if necessary. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile, there isn't really a specific thing you can do at home. Try to get plenty of rest, recognize and avoid your triggers, and take over-the-counter painkillers by reading the rules of use listed. So, hopefully answering your question.