Swollen Neck Veins?
My doctor wanted to ask .. nI have swelling in the neck as right. NI have already checked the general practitioner and I was advised to go to the LAB, Katanga had to take the liquid. I didn’t dare to take fluids. nAnd I decided until the doctor had an internal disease, I was told by the lab to take blood from the LAB and was told to take fluids (PA) at the hospital. again “only in the vein. But the doctor did not give medicine or an answer if THIS is not a dangerous disease. nI need to ask here. Is this a dangerous disease or not? n If only veins can be treated ?? nAnd drugs What is the problem ?? nThe problem is sometimes if it is not enough, the muscle is bigger. nWhat do I need to do … ?? I am afraid if I have a serious illness. Thanks. nWait for the answer.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Swelling or lumps in the neck can appear for many reasons, including:
Lipoma or abnormal growth of oil tissue
Swollen lymph nodes
Salivary gland stones
Swelling of the thyroid gland
Excess skin growth
In your case, the collection of fluids using a syringe is indeed one of the methods of diagnosis and treatment of lumps, especially those caused by fluid buildup or cysts. But of course, if the lump cannot be found, it can be dangerous to insist on performing the procedure as there is a high probability of misstabbing.
Meanwhile, what is meant by tendons appears to be a condition of muscle spasms or muscle knots. This is where the muscles tighten and harden even at rest. This is a condition that often occurs, especially in those who rarely exercise, have poor posture, and injure or over-force the function of the related muscles. Lack of fluid intake, poor diet, stress and anxiety also contribute to this disease.
If left untreated, muscles that continue to tense up can cause prolonged pain and loss of muscle elasticity. Therefore this condition must be treated immediately, generally by a physiotherapist. But apart from that, it could be that what your doctor meant was not what we imagined. So that in fact you have the right to ask what you should do with the complaints that you are currently experiencing with your internal medicine doctor. While at home, drink lots of water, avoid stress, exercise regularly, and compress the lump with a warm compress to increase blood flow. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa