There Is A Keloid On The Head And Feels Like Something Is Flowing Inside The Head?
good afternoon doksaya ali, age 22, studying at the university of muhammadiyah surakarta faculty of geography so in the past kindergarten the head of the back of my head had been exposed to the edge of a cupboard (the shape of the elbows but hit a sharp), once a hole and a lot of blood came out, I told stories to parents until now for fear of being scolded by the effect that looks like it doesn’t turn on my head and I feel every day like something is flowing in my brain, I also feel hotter every day (in the morning at 7 am when I take a shower using normal water) I experienced time tk?
Thank you for the question.
Stab wounds on the scalp that can cause bleeding can be dangerous or not. Generally, if this wound involves only the outer skin area, this is not dangerous. Keloids that you experience occur due to excessive growth of scar tissue after the wound, which is often harmless too, although it doesn't feel quite disturbing. You need to be aware of the puncture wounds that you experience are dangerous if you are stabbed after being stabbed, you experience vomiting, loss of consciousness, severe headaches, to anemia or shock due to excessive bleeding.
It's unclear exactly what kind of sensation flows in your head that you mean. However, this condition may occur due to the normal flow of blood around the head, or it may also be caused by abnormalities of blood vessels (such as aneurysms or tumors that increase blood vessel proliferation), hypertension, tinnitus, and certain psychological disorders. As for your complaints that easily feel hot, more likely caused by boredom, stress, excessive anxiety, hyperthyroidism, viral or bacterial infections, inflammatory disorders, malignancies, or side effects of certain drugs.
The good, get yourself checked by a doctor so that your condition can be handled properly according to the cause. At home, the following initial handling can be done:
Adequate and regular sleep every day
When you feel uncomfortable in your head, rest first, do not get too tired physical activity
Don't think about a problem that is too complicated, make yourself calm and relaxed
Wear clothes that are cool, loose and absorb sweat
Stay away from alcohol
Not taking drugs carelessly
Hope this helps ...