Pain In The Lower Jaw Accompanied By The Appearance Of A Lump?
The night before, I wanted to ask about my complaint, I had pain in the right lower jaw, and after I felt my lower jaw, it turned out that there was a lump that when touched it seemed to move, my jawbone was too big, and when I lie down on the right, my cheekbones hurt, and when I lie down and turn my head to the right, my right back of the head hurts sometimes.rnWhat do you think this is? And what should I do?rnrnThanks..
Thanks for the question. The pain in the lower jaw that you feel is most likely related to the appearance of the painful lump. Because it is located close to the lower jaw, you can also feel pain around the jaw. Lumps that appear on the lower jaw can be caused by:
swollen lymph nodes; Lymph nodes can swell and feel painful if the body has an infection such as a respiratory infection, dental infection, ear infection
To confirm your complaint, it takes an examination by a doctor. The doctor will ask more about your health and then examine you including checking for this lump. The doctor may perform further tests such as blood tests or ultrasound to help find the cause. From this examination, the new doctor can provide the right treatment. If the pain gets worse, please apply a warm compress to the area or take paracetamol.
Hope this information is useful.