The Cause Of The Neck Under The Chin On The Right Side Is Accompanied By A Cold And Canker Sores?

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Good night …. I want to ask in 2 days, my neck hurts under the chin on the right side, sma flu and canker sores … I guess why? Thanks

1 Answer:

Hello Ardi,


Pain in the lower chin can be caused by a variety of things one of which is enlarged lymph nodes due to infections such as flu, respiratory tract infections, either due to viruses or bacteria and will gradually recover when the infection has subsided, other causes can be due to inflammation in the water glands saliva or parotid glands, mumps, laryngitis and other causes.


If there is a cold and canker sores, it is closer to respiratory infections. For that it can be overcome by multiplying rest and drinking water, consumption of foods that are high in vitamin C, increase endurance, and can consume over-the-counter flu medicines.


If fever, headache, coughing, body aches occur and lasts more than 2 days, it should be checked by a doctor to ascertain the cause. Thrush can also be overcome by gargling using an antiseptic or mouthwash, gargling with warm salt water, or using special ointments.


May be useful.

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