Lumps In The Neck And Throat Hurt When Swallowing?
Good evening, I’m Aisha 18 years old. Why is there a lump in my neck under the right chin, what is a lymph node? My throat hurts too much for my food, what is the cure?
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Lumps located in the neck, under the right chin, indeed one of them can be caused by swollen lymph nodes (lymphadenopathy). There are many causes of lymphadenopathy in the neck area, one of which is related to an infection in the throat, which often causes pain in the throat, especially when swallowing food (as complaints you experience at this time). The cause of infection in the throat can be many, often viruses or bacteria. Not just pain and swollen lymph nodes, infection in the throat often also makes sufferers experience coughing, phlegm throat, nausea, decreased appetite, bad breath, swollen tonsils, fever, chills, hoarseness, hoarseness, and various other complaints.
Apart from infection in the throat, lymphadenopathy in the neck can also occur due to other infections, for example tuberculosis, infections in the head or neck, syphilis, cytomegalovirus, cat scratch marks skin infections, ear infections, and so on. It could also, lymph nodes in the neck to swell due to reasons other than infection, for example lymphoma, leukemia, immune system disorders, and so on. There are still many other conditions that can cause lumps in the neck area, for example skin infections, skin tags, benign or malignant tumors, swelling of the thyroid gland, swelling of the salivary glands, and so on.
Our advice, you check your complaint directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. Frequently, swollen lymph nodes due to infection in the throat are not a dangerous condition, and can be cured by administering several types of drugs. However, if you feel that your condition is quite serious, your doctor may also recommend another examination, for example laboratory tests, biopsy, ultrasound, x-rays, and so on.
Here are some initial suggestions that you should live:
Do not squeeze or massage carelessly lumps in the neck Take paracetamol medicine to reduce pain in the throat Increase drinking warm water Eat first foods that are easily swallowed and digested, for example porridge or soup food Do not over-eat fried foods, spicy foods, and bersantan Do not smoke Increase take a rest Don't just take other medicines without doctor's advice. Hope it helps.