The Upper Neck Swelling And Blood Pressure Are Never More Than 100/60?
Excuse me, I want to ask .. I have been in this 2 years blood pressure is always below 100/60, and a maximum of 100/60 mmHg. And at the bottom of the jaw such as swelling and pain until shortness of breath, the body is always fever chills and often sweat cold. My stomach also enlarges even though I eat a little and haven’t consumed rice for a long time, I’m sorry I want to ask what are these symptoms? And sorry if you ask too many questions 🙏
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
How old are you now? Have you ever been said to have certain diseases, such as heart disease, or thyroid disorders?
Based on clinical guidelines from the 2017 American Heart Association (AHA), the blood pressure classification is as follows:
Normal, ie blood pressure <120/80 mmHg
Increased, ie blood pressure 120-129 / <80 mmHg
First degree hypertension, blood pressure 130-139 or 80-89 mmHg
2nd degree hypertension, namely blood pressure> = 140 or> = 90 mmHg
The diagnosis of blood pressure status cannot be based on a single examination. Classification of blood pressure needs to be based on the average results of blood pressure measurements made at least 2 times per visit and at 2 or more visits. Therefore, you are advised to conduct periodic checks to the doctor to find out your blood pressure classification. If indeed your average blood pressure is 100/60 mmHg, this is classified as normal. However, you still need to consult with your treating doctor so you can get a more accurate interpretation of your health condition.
Meanwhile, regarding complaints of swelling in the neck accompanied by comorbid complaints in the form of a lot of sweating, fever, and flatulence, there are several possible causes that need to be evaluated. Some of the most common causes of neck swelling include:
Enlarged lymph nodes; can be caused by glandular tuberculosis, bacterial infection, lymph node tumors, or spread of cancer from other organs
Salivary gland enlargement; can be found in the condition of parotitis, parotid tumors
Goiter (thyroid gland) enlargement; can be found in conditions of excess thyroid hormone, thyroid hormone deficiency, or thyroid gland tumor
Abscess, has a reddish characteristic, accompanied by pain
You are advised to consult directly with your doctor or internist in order to get the right evaluation and appropriate treatment. The doctor will conduct an history of the history of the disease, physical examination, and supporting examinations according to the indications found, for example blood tests, ultrasound examination (USG), etc. As a recommendation, you should get enough rest, eat a balanced nutritious food, reduce salt consumption to <2 teaspoons / day, and drink plenty of water.
To enrich insight, you can read articles about swelling in the neck. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.