Pain In The Upper Nose Accompanied By Shortness Of Breath?
, I have one body cramp, the pain above the nose is very oppressive, continues to feel, sometimes shortness of breath, the eyes feel sore, the eyes are unconscious, the head is numb and cramps are also one head and numb, the side ends of the 2 eyes are near the nose, very I feel depressed, I think it’s been 4 years r think about the somatophrome of pain disorder according to the internet, looking for info r n how to handle it
Hello good afternoon Alvin.
The complaints you experience in the form of pain above the nose, tightness, sore eyes, and head cramps can be symptoms of a cluster-type headache. This type of headache is very severe, so that the eyes feel sore and cause tears, the nostrils become watery or blocked, the eyes become red, the facial skin becomes pale, the eyelids droop, etc. This condition is often experienced by men aged 20-50 years, especially in people who have smoking habits and consume alcoholic beverages. The cause of this headache is not definitively determined, but several factors are thought to trigger this condition, such as hot weather, stress, extreme temperatures, sexual activity, etc. These headaches can persist for a long time.
Other conditions that may also cause the complaints you experience include:
sinusitis, which is an infection of the cavities behind the forehead, nose and cheeks. Symptoms other than headache are nasal congestion, facial pain especially around the eyes, nasal congestion or runny nose, where the mucus is greenish yellow with an unpleasant odor, smelly breath, etc. migraine tumor in the naso pharynx (inside of the nose) etc. We recommend that you see a doctor directly, considering this you have been experiencing for a very long time. It should be noted that in order to diagnose a disease, direct examination is needed, it cannot be done just by telling the symptoms you are experiencing. After the diagnosis is known, the treatment will adjust according to the diagnosis. If necessary, the doctor may suggest that supporting examinations such as x-rays, blood lab tests, CT scans, etc. If all tests are OK, then the possibility of a somatoform disorder can be considered. Somatoform disorders are psychological disorders in the form of a set of physical complaints that are definite without any abnormalities on the supporting examination. Somatoform disorders are usually triggered by stress.
I hope this helps.
Greetings, dr. Denisa