Treatment Of Mouth Ulcers Accompanied By Headaches?
Tonight, I want to ask. Previously I want to tell my complaint, I am 19 years old, last night I had mouth sores on the tongue, on Friday I saw my tongue on the left side of the back corner of the swollen, on Saturday I monitored again the left side of the tongue behind my back corner is getting bigger like a circle protruding and in the middle of thrush accompanied by a headache that disappeared, my throat also hurt to the ear. On Sundays, the pain in my ear, my throat, it’s hard to talk, I can’t stand it anymore, I take it to the clinic. The clinic doctor said, how big is that sprue. I was given antibiotics, sore throat, fever and dizziness. Because on Friday last night I also had a fever. Finally coming home from the clinic I check my tongue again, the bumps that appear on the tongue are getting bigger, then a small white bump arises “near the lump that has sprue, I immediately take medicine. Until today Monday night, my headache is getting sick, strep throat is quite relieved after taking medicine, but apart from 4 hours of throat, ear, my head is getting sick. What do you think I’m sick of? Please answer yes, so I take it to the hospital as soon as possible if it’s a little dangerous. Warm greetings from me, thanks.
Hello Angelicanancy, Thank you for the question.
Various health conditions can cause a similar health complaint. Therefore, an examination by a doctor directly is needed if a person experiences certain health complaints. If the person is not examined, it is not possible to know the cause of the complaint with certainty. Similarly, the complaints you submit. To be sure, of course you are advised to consult with a doctor directly.
The complaints you submit can be caused by:
If this complaint is still very disturbing, you can consult an ENT specialist. The doctor will ask about your complaints and examine you including checking your throat and ears. The doctor may also suggest further tests such as blood tests and biopsy (taking tongue tissue to be examined in the laboratory). After knowing the cause of this examination, the doctor will provide further treatment.
In the meantime, you can continue to consume drugs recommended by your doctor. Please keep your food intake, choose foods that are soft or liquid that does not cause pain in your tongue. Avoid consuming spicy, oily and hot food. You can gargle with warm salt water to help reduce pain.
Hopefully this information is useful.