The Lump On The Left Jaw Is Accompanied By Swollen Gums?
Hello, I have a lump on my left jaw but it is not a boil. is that normal? r nNow I have tonsil-like symptoms, the right gum is swollen. Na, is there a connection between the lump and the pain I was experiencing ?, r n
Thank you for the question.
The lumps you experience may have something to do with the tonsils that you are complaining about. This lump can be the body's defense mechanism from lymph or lymph nodes due to inflammation in the mouth area. However, the causes of the lump can vary:
Abscess. An abscess is a collection of pus and can occur due to a cavity on the left that is not treated properly.
Other infections that cause swelling of the glands under the jaw: measles, ear infections, flu, throat infection
Benign tumors or cysts
An injury resulting in a fracture of the jawbone
Being bitten by an animal or stung by an animal
We recommend that you check your complaint with ENT specialists and dentists in order to get the right treatment and therapy.
The suggestions that I can give:
get enough rest
do not smoke
do not drink alcoholic beverages
multiply the consumption of vegetables and fruit
drink lots of water
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dr. Kresnawati Wahyu Setiono