Lumps In The Neck Accompanied By Headaches And Weakness?
, I want to ask . After I broke my lungs, it turned out I didn’t get TB. Then what’s the bandage for the lump on my neck? Due to weakness and headache. Because there are more and more lumps in my neck and they begin to feel great after being held. Sometimes my gums bleed too often.
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We understand your complaints and concerns. Causes Lumps in the neck can be caused by:
Disorders of the lymph nodes: Lymphadenopathy (enlargement of the lymph nodes), Lymphoma (lymph node cancer), Lymphangitis (lymph node infection) Thyroid disorders: thyroid nodules, hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism Soft tissue cysts Abscess related to your complaint, lumps located in the neck should be evaluated for the cause, because the lump has a similar appearance but a different type of abnormality. To rule out the possibility of tuberculosis infection, it's a good idea to do a sputum examination and chest X-ray. This is because tuberculosis infection easily spreads to the nearest lymph nodes, especially in the neck and chest area.
In addition, fine needle aspiration by sticking a small needle into a lump, and taking a little tissue in it can also help find the exact cause of the complaint you are experiencing. Other tests such as CT scan and ultrasound can also detect the type of abnormality that causes a lump in your neck.
Headache is a complaint that is often experienced by many people. Headache can be caused by the following causes:
Migraine: throbbing headache. Can be influenced by stress, fatigue, food, and hormonal in women Tension type headache (TTH): normal headache, such as bound but not too severe intensity Cluster type headache: quite severe headache, can be accompanied by red eyes. Dehydration Other diseases Associated with complaints of gums that often bleed there are many factors that affect it, ranging from gum inflammation, infections in the teeth and mouth, to severe disorders such as disorders of the blood.
I recommend that you do an examination with a general practitioner or a specialist in internal medicine for a thorough evaluation of your condition. Treatment will be given based on the main causes underlying the onset of symptoms.
To help reduce complaints, some things you can do at home include:
Applying a healthy lifestyle Eating healthy and nutritious food Adequate water needs Consumption of vegetables and fruit Avoid stress and fatigue Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption Regular exercise Maintain weight so as not to be overweight Brushing teeth with a soft bristle brush Diligent cleaning of teeth and mouth at least 2x a day Take pain relievers like paracetamol or ibuprofen to reduce complaints of headache or other pain.
So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps