Left jaw left gum pain, lymphadenitis?
Q: A woman in her late 20s. Three days ago, the mungul under the left jaw suddenly grew. I also have left gum pain. It’s aching pain. Also, I have a headache on my left head and my left eye is about to fall out. I also have a slight left ear pain.
It’s been 3 months since I gave birth. I can’t take any medicine because I’m breastfeeding. I took the painkiller prescribed by the hospital at dawn and slept.(I took one pill left after the incision.)
Maybe it’s because the medicine is strong, but the baby is sweating. It was the same the next day.
I’m living in a foreign country right now, but the hospital bill is very expensive because I don’t have insurance. Is it because of cavities? Or is it because of lymphadenitis, and your left gums hurt and you have a fever?
I don’t have a fever during the day. I only have a fever at night.
A: You can get lymphadenitis because of a cold, sulphritis, or gum pain. Maybe the tooth decay and subsequent gum inflammation, gingivitis, periodontitis, etc. caused lymphadenitis under the chin.
In this case, intensive care such as antibiotics should be provided well in the early stages. That way, the symptoms won’t last long and won’t recur.
It can be dangerous to take antibiotics because you are breastfeeding now. I have to go to the hospital and get treatment.