Throat Feels Lumpy Accompanied By Swelling In The Neck?
Good morning, Introducing my name Pitroh awaludin 17 years Vocational student u003cbr u003e u003cbr u003eNOTE: Throat feels like someone is trying to change what has been almost 1 week has not disappeared, not only the throat has a lump but feels painful, and for throat throats there is something that has changed or not. the neck was swollen but there was no embolism … And I am also a man who loves roko u0026amp; staying up (staying up late) I wonder if this cure for my recovery, I beg you approve 🙂 thank you!
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The condition of the throat that feels lumpy and the swollen neck part needs to be explored further. Since when complaints are felt, factors that are thought to trigger, are there other symptoms that accompany (fever, cough, runny nose, difficulty swallowing, and other symptoms), factors that lighten and aggravate your symptoms, history of allergies, lifestyle and eating (like fried foods, smoking, vape), as well as treatments that you have done to reduce the symptoms experienced.
Some medical conditions that can cause a lump in the throat with swelling in the neck include:
Viral, bacterial infections in the upper respiratory tract area such as sinuses, nasal mucosa, throat, larynx, tonsils / tonsils.
Infection of lymph nodes around the neck and oral cavity.
Inflammation of the salivary glands.
Abnormalities in the thyroid gland.
Mumps / mumps.
Cyst or abscess in the neck area.
Malignancy of the oral cavity and neck.
Respiratory irritation reaction due to smoking / smoke.
It is recommended to check yourself to the doctor or ENT doctor related to handling your condition, it needs to be examined so that management can be determined in accordance with the underlying causes of the condition that you are experiencing. It is recommended to start quitting smoking / vape, thereby reducing irritation of the respiratory tract, it is recommended to maintain a diet, avoid fried and greasy foods, and maintain regular activities and exercise, and adequate rest.
If you start to have a persistent cough, chest pain, shortness of breath, or swelling and lumps in the neck that are felt to be enlarged and cause disturbances in eating or breathing, it is advisable to check with your doctor.
Hopefully this information can help you,