Pain In The Jaw To The Throat
Hello doc, I want to ask how to deal with aches in the throat to the left jaw and to the ears as well as making headaches and it always happens at night
Thank you for the question.
Pain that feels from the throat, jaw, ears, even to the left head to make you dizzy, there are many possible triggers, for example:
Primary headaches, such as migraines, tension headaches, or cluster headaches
Nerve disorders, such as those due to tumors or nerve-suppressing infections, cervical spondylosis, trigeminal neuralgia
Inflammation of organs around the painful area, such as parotitis, pharyngitis, tonsillitis, otitis, tooth abscess
Other factors, for example dental impaction, injury, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, viral or bacterial infections, excessive anxiety disorders, psychosomatic disorders, etc.
Pain that you experience is not always dangerous, but not all that you can consider mild. Our advice, in order to improve, you try to take the drug paracetamol first, while compressing the warm and resting the painful area of the body. Do not carelessly massage or ring the area that hurts. Not only that, get enough sleep, don't think too much, eat a variety of nutritious foods and contain vitamin B complex, don't smoke, exercise discipline, improve your personal hygiene (including your ears and oral cavity), and don't do activities that are high risk of causing you to experience injury around the painful area.
The rest, if the pain feels very intense and unbearable, or if other complaints appear more serious, such as swelling of the body, high fever for more than 3 days, difficulty eating and drinking, and so on, then do not delay checking your doctor yourself . If necessary, the doctor will refer you to the ENT or nerve doctor, and even undergo a supporting examination, such as x-rays, CT scans, laboratory tests, and so on.
Hope this helps ...