Tense Neck Accompanied By Coughing Up Phlegm And Bleeding?
I want to ask, I have neck pain such as tension and like being followed by migrants, now I sometimes like coughing up phlegm too, but coughing with blood spots, I used to experience something like this too, what is the cause and is it related? ?
Headache is a sensation of pain in the head. Feelings of pain that are felt vary from start like being pricked, like being pressed, like being tied, throbbing, and so on. Based on the cause of headaches can be divided into primary and secondary headaches.
1. Primary headache, caused by disruption in the structure of the head and not because of other diseases. There are types of primary headaches namely:
Tension type headache. Pain such as binding or pressing the head, can be accompanied by complaints of neck strain. It usually appears when there is less rest, stress, excessive alcohol consumption Migraine. Headaches and one like throbbing. Can be accompanied by complaints of nausea, vomiting in severe attacks. Cluster headache. Complaints of severe headache, centered behind the eyeball can spread to the jaw area. 2. Secondary headaches are headaches that arise as symptoms of other diseases such as upper respiratory infections, hypertension, brain infections, strokes, and so on.
You must be vigilant if the headaches that you experience suddenly appear with severe intensity, so severe that you can not move, accompanied by nausea, double vision, you should immediately consult a doctor. Investigations needed such as CT scan and MRI.
Coughing with blood spots or coughing up blood is called hemoptysis. Hemoptysis can occur in several conditions such as airway irritation (due to coughing too strong), pulmonary tuberculosis, bleeding disorders, pulmonary edema, and so on. If the complaint often appears accompanied by complaints of shortness of breath and chronic cough, you should consult a lung specialist directly to find out the exact cause.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.