Relationship Of Migraine To The Back Of The Ear With Facial Scars?
Excuse me,. Previously I had a surgical removal of the septum in the respiratory tract (nose) 4 years ago, after that I often experience migraines without cause, especially after returning from outside activities, accompanied by fever one night which tomorrow has subsided again until now. The migraine reached the area behind the ear to the neck like a needle pricked. What are the conditions I’m experiencing? Horrified that I had something to do with my former surgery. Plus the neck to the shoulder often experience numbness.
Hello Ashaba, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Headache complaints can be caused by several possible causes and are generally divided into 2 types of headache based on these causes, namely:
Primary head pain caused by stimulation in areas that are sensitive to pain in the head such as tension headaches, migraines, and cluster headaches Secondary headache caused due to abnormalities in the head area that stimulate sensitive areas of pain in the head such as brain tumors, inflammation of the brain, inflammation of the lining of the brain, strokes, head injuries, sinusitis, pinched nerves and several other causes. Because there is still a possibility that your headaches include primary or secondary pain, and may be related to your history of surgery. then, it is highly recommended to consult your complaint further to a neurologist because your complaint has been felt for a long time and is felt repeatedly.
Meanwhile, if the complaint is felt to be very disturbing, you can try taking pain relievers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen according to the dosage listed on the package and also resting yourself. Also pay attention to whether there are certain things that trigger or aggravate your complaints such as certain foods, fragrances, cigarette smoke and others, if any, avoid as much as possible.
In addition, it is also recommended for you to:
Maintain nutritious food intake every day Maintain a minimum of 8 glasses of fluid intake a day Avoid foods that are high in fat and also salt Perform regular and regular exercise at least 3 times a week with a minimum duration of 30 minutes each time Avoiding stress wherever possible Get enough sleep and quality time every day at least 6-8 hours a day Avoiding cigarettes Hope it helps.