Swelling On The Head Of The Right Edge Of The Ear After An Accident.?
Hello, I want to ask a year ago I had a motorcycle accident, the head of the right side near the ear was swollen because of a collision, but at the X-ray, he said that it was okay. But after that incident I often experience ringing in the ears and around feels spinning then disappear by itself. I guess that’s what symptoms I read symptoms of vertigo is almost the same as low blood. Does it have something to do with my accident or what? Thank you in advance.
Wa alaikumsalam, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Vertigo is a condition characterized by spinning dizziness, making the sufferer feel he or the environment around him to make it lose balance and even fall, when in fact it is not the case. Depending on the severity, this condition can last for several minutes to hours.
Vertigo is actually not a disease. Vertigo itself is a symptom, as is cough, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and fever. There must be a cause behind the symptoms of vertigo. Among others are:
BPPV or benign paroxysmal positional vertigo Labyrinthitis Meniere's disease Migraine or headaches next to benign tumors of the nerves Diabetes Pregnancy Anxiety disorders
As for low blood pressure, people with low blood pressure can be dizzy in the form of dizziness, but not necessarily spinning dizzy like a vertigo sufferer. Even if there are symptoms of spinning dizziness and low blood pressure at the same time, it is likely that the blood pressure triggers certain conditions (for example BPPV) whose symptoms are vertigo. The cause of the BPPV is not yet known, and the trigger can be different for each person. There are triggers exhausted, there are triggers consuming sweet foods, high blood pressure, and so forth.
In essence, to find out whether your condition is right now vertigo and whether it has anything to do with your history first, can not be done without direct examination because there are so many possibilities. We suggest that you check your condition with a neurologist for a history, physical examination, and possibly a supporter that plays a role in diagnosing and determining treatment.
Meanwhile, keep your health by avoiding cigarette smoke and stress, multiply the consumption of water, avoid salty foods, consumption of nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables and fruit, adequate rest, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.