What Is Wrong With Me?
Good afternoon, my name is Lisa. age 23 years. Like this, I have a headache on the back to my jaw and teeth, even though my teeth are fine. Every time I use my cellphone or glasses, or feel tired of activities, I always have headaches like that. I feel like biting something firmly. npreviously I have had cataract surgery and eye laser several times .. is it the effect of my eye or is it my body condition that is problematic? nthank you, I really need your advice and input. 🙏🙏🙏 n
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Headaches that radiate to the jaw and teeth can be triggered by various reasons, including:
Disorders of the jaw (temporomandibular junction), for example due to dislocation (shifting of the joints), rheumatoid arthritis, fractured jawbone Nerve disorders, such as trigeminal neuralgia, post herpetic neuralgia Disorders of the teeth, mouth and throat, for example due to cavities, tooth abscesses , gingivitis, pharyngitis Disorders of other components of the head, such as brain tumors, migraines, tension headaches, cluster headaches, cerebral aneurysms. Other causes, such as infections, psychosomatic disorders, etc. Possibly, a history of cataract surgery and eye laser surgery that you have previously undergone is not has a direct effect on this headache. However, excessive use of gadgets, fatigue, and the use of inappropriate glasses (for example due to improper vision) can aggravate your headache.
Our advice is that you check your complaint directly with a neurologist so you can find out exactly what triggered your complaint. Some types of examinations, such as x-rays, blood tests, CT scans, or MRIs, your doctor may perform in addition to a physical exam to find the correct diagnosis. Furthermore, treatment can be done by administering pain medications along with other therapies according to the cause of the headache.
In the meantime, you can first relieve your headache by:
Take paracetamol to reduce pain Rest when you are tired, sleep for 6 to 8 hours No stress too much Do not get into the habit of staring at gadgets for too long Stay away from alcohol and cigarettes Don't also consume excessive caffeine Eat more regularly, don't be late Routinely exercise every 2 to 3 days Hope it helps yes..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah