The Head Feels Tense And The Left Ear Feels Uncomfortable?

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, last Wednesday I went to the clinic to check my complaints, namely throbbing headache (initial migraine), the left ear aches when swallowing, the neck and head feel sore and nasal discharge that only clogs the left side. Before that, I was asked to HealthReplies.com. From the answer he said my pain was ‘likely’ caused by cluster headaches, migraines or trigeminal neuralgia. But when I checked into the clinic the doctor only said that if I was sick it was only because I wanted a fever. So the drugs given were in the form of: paracetamol, ciprofloxacin HCL, triamcinolone and betahistine mestilate. Well indeed the pulse is now gone and does not feel sore anymore. I also don’t feel the flu anymore. It’s just my nose, why is there still yes. It’s not every time you want to get out, but still there and it’s just left. Besides that, my left ear feels uncomfortable (but doesn’t hurt). And my head feels tense. Not comfortable anyway. Why do you think this is what?

1 Answer:

Regards,
Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Complaints of headaches or migraines or head aches, may indeed be caused by cluster headaches, migraines themselves, or trigeminal neuralgia as previously discussed.
However, also explained, the above complaints can also be caused or triggered by:
1. rhinitis, or inflammation of the nasal cavity or runny nose (like the previous discussion)
2. allergic
or because of other conditions such as the diagnosis of the doctor who examined you, such as the onset of fever, initial sore throat, typhoid symptoms, ear infections, early signs of sinusitis or sinus inflammation or because of physical complaints that you may have experienced in the last few weeks.
When physical conditions begin to decline and fatigue accumulates without being matched by health recovery afterwards, the patient's body can feel complaints and disturbing health problems, whether in the form of headaches, nausea, dizziness, sore joints, sore throat, flu, colds, or fever. So that a direct examination by a doctor is needed to ensure all the causes, without a doctor's examination immediately, the diagnosis cannot be established properly.
Therefore, what you have tried and what your doctor has given to help restore your health condition in general is in accordance with the diagnostic and treatment steps for you, so you can still continue the doctor's treatment that has been given or you can control returning to the doctor You.
Even if you currently feel residual complaints such as nasal mucus or nasal discharge, this shows that your recovery process is still ongoing, therefore, it is necessary for you to keep your physical condition stable and try to recover your stamina better. And if you still have a lot of agendas you need to do or a lot of activity / busyness that should be done, then you should reduce or control your busy life, this is needed for your physical recovery.
And if in the next 7 days there is still nasal mucus or fluid in your nose and it is disturbing, then visit your doctor again for further examination, to make sure there are complaints of other diseases, such as sinusitis that might cause your complaints to persist.
For care and handling at home, you should avoid spicy foods, instant foods, fried foods, and avoid sleeping late.
Thus the info we can convey.

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