The Head Is Often Swollen, And Feels Dizzy All The Time.?
Good morning, I want to ask, my mother has diabetes, lately she often complains that her head is swollen, it feels dizzy all the time. After I hold it, it is swollen, what is the cause? And how do you do it to get better again?
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Previously it needs to be clarified again whether the swelling of the head occurs whether swelling in the form of a lump or mass that appears on the surface of the head, or swelling of the headplas, for example, the face becomes more visible swelling. If you mean swelling of the head in the form of a bump on the head of the etraba on the surface of the skin this can be caused by various causes, for example:
Lumps due to swelling of the soft tissues of the head, for example due to injuries, for example due to collision. Generally when a person bumps and has a head injury, the lump will appear as the body's natural response and if the injury is mild, the bump on the head will usually go away on its own after a few days. Head tumors, various types of tumors can cause lumps on the head. And these tumors can be benign and can also develop into malignant or cancerous. One type of tumor that can cause a bump on the head is pyomatrixoma. Lipoma types of benign tumors that ragged or contain fat that is on the surface of the skin and are usually felt soft Cysts are lumps in the form of an acting and fluid-filled mass, cysts that can be found on the scalp include dermoids and sebaceous cysts. Folliculitis, a lump that arises due to inflammation of the follicles or hair growth sites that can cause small bumps on the scalp. And this condition is more often experienced by people with diabetes, obesity, or who experience immune system disorders. But if you mean wholeness becomes swollen here, it usually appears that the face is more swollen or 'facial swelling' This condition can be caused by a variety of causes, for example:
Allergic reactions Side effects of drugs Kidney disorders Various conditions and factors can cause lumps or swelling of the head. It is best to see a doctor to ascertain the cause and further treatment. Or consult a doctor immediately if a bump on the head that appears like:
Unknown cause Increased in size Does not go away Pain and redness or appearance of sores, or pus or blood appearing palpable To make sure the doctor may also suggest to do an examination on the mother and in the form of laboratory and radiological examinations such as ultrasound, CT scan and so if needed.
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