Lumps In The Head Area That Cause Dizziness?
good night, i want to ask
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Your condition can occur due to various possibilities, including symptoms of vertigo, head ulcers, nerve disorders, bacterial infections, abnormal tissue growth, and the process of inflammation or the impact of collisions.
The possibility is still too much because it has not been examined, so it can not be known how many lumps, how big, color, shape, number, then the characteristics of the dizziness itself whether throbbing, piercing, like spinning and so forth.
Our advice, you should check your condition at a general practitioner in advance to be ascertained about this through a series of historical excavations, physical examination and possibly support if needed. This is important to avoid misunderstanding and pursing possibilities. Only after this direct examination can be determined whether you will be treated immediately, need to be observed, or require treatment from a specialist doctor such as a neurologist or surgeon.
Meanwhile, get enough rest, avoid holding the lump, warm compresses on the lump, taking pain medication for complaints of dizziness, avoiding cigarette smoke and stress, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.