Pain In The Ear And Mouth Area.?
Malem I want to ask .. at first I felt heat and pain in the area in the ear .. I thought only deep heat .. then a week later appeared like a clear lump in my earlobe and the lump had erupted and came out clear fluid with blood but not so a lot .. and now in my mouth, to the right of the tip of my teeth, the gums are swollen to the point where it’s hard to swallow food or evaporate … the question is “that’s why .. please explain … thanks
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Lumps in your ears may be cysts on the skin. Cysts are lumps formed by the accumulation of fluid. A cyst is a benign tumor or swelling. No need to worry. Cysts Can rupture due to maximal enlargement, friction or trauma and deliberate action. A ruptured cyst will secrete a fluid that can be accompanied by blood. Over time the damaged skin will improve again. Keep the wound clean by cleaning it twice a day and applying antibiotic ointment to prevent infection. You can ask for a prescription antibiotic ointment at the nearest health center or doctor.
Tissue swelling accompanied by red tissue and pain is a sign of inflammation. Inflammation of the gums is called gingivitis. Gingivitis is caused by a bacterial infection. Gingivitis can spread to the dental pulp, causing toothache. Inside the pulp there is a tooth root consisting of blood vessels and nerves that are very sensitive.
You should consult with the dentist. The doctor will conduct an examination and provide treatment or action needed. The doctor will give antibiotics, painkillers and anti-inflammation. It also will provide action if there are dental diseases, such as cleaning teeth and fillings.
Meanwhile, you take care of your dental hygiene by brushing regularly 2 times a day, that is after breakfast and before going to bed. Brush your teeth using a soft toothbrush and toothpaste containing fluoride. Brush your teeth gently. After brushing your teeth, complete with gargling using salt water. Salt has antiseptic properties, so it's good to use to clean the oral cavity.
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