What Is The Cure For These Two Gelana?
Good afternoon. I want to ask 1). I have had a left migraine for 2 days, then at night my body feels very weak and nauseous even though I am not overly active and 2) I have another question, now I also feel like there is The lump under the jaw, to be precise, near the bottom of the ear when looking down, is stuck and is quite painful and if it hurts in the hand, I ask you to answer questions immediately🙏🙏
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For the first question, have you made sure by checking with your doctor that the cause of your headaches is a migraine?
If so, first I will explain about migraines. Migraine is a one-sided headache, feels like throbbing, and appears on a recurring basis. The emergence of migraines is influenced by physical fatigue and stress. Migraines are not actually dangerous headaches but they do feel uncomfortable and can interfere with daily activities and productivity when they relapse.
Some of the following things you can do to help treat migraines:
Manage stress well
Relax or do a hobby that you enjoy
Regular exercise 3-4 times a day
Enough water consumption, which is 2 liters per day
Limit strenuous physical activity
To reduce headaches, you can take over-the-counter pain medications such as paracetamol
As well as migraines, headaches can also be caused by:
Cluster headache, which is felt behind the other eye, often accompanied by tears
Headache due to muscle tension (tension)
Tooth pain, which is sometimes felt to radiate to the head
Common symptoms of bacterial and viral infections in the body, for example when infected with the DB virus
For the management of the headache that you feel, if the treatment tips presented above have not made your symptoms better, you should first consult a general practitioner for further tracking of the cause of your complaint, so that then it will be treated according to the underlying cause. If necessary, the doctor will refer you to a certain specialist in accordance with the suspected disease.
Regarding the second question, the lump under the ear can be caused by several things, namely:
Inflammation of the salivary glands (parotitis)
Enlarged lymph nodes due to infection, or tumor
Buildup of pus, for example due to complications of inflammation of the mastoid bone in the area behind the ear (mastoiditis)
Boils / furuncles
To ensure the exact cause, you should also check with your general practitioner first for this complaint. If necessary, the doctor will carry out supporting examinations, such as blood tests, or refer you to certain specialists for further tracking or to perform actions such as a biopsy, or discharge, if necessary.
For this lump, as for the things you should do to treat the symptoms and prevent hunting are:
Avoid squeezing or removing the contents of the lump
Wash hands before touching the bump area
Eat nutritious foods and multiply fruits and vegetables to increase your endurance
Get enough rest, sleep 7-8 hours a day
Consumption of water about 2 liters per day
If the lump is painful, you can take an over-the-counter pain medication, paracetamol
That's all the explanation from me, hopefully it helps and is useful :)
dr. Princess Claudya