Treatment of lymph node inflammation under the arm
Treatment is primarily aimed at eliminating the source of the infection. In the early stages of development, rest is necessary for the affected lymph nodes. Well contribute to the resorption of physiotherapy (medicinal electrophoresis, ultrasound therapy, etc.), as well as the imposition of anti-inflammatory ointments and compresses. Good effect shows topical use of chloroethyl. Minute spraying of the affected lymph node leads to numbness of the skin. As a rule, after several sessions the inflammatory processes cease. In combination with this method, the application of boron vaseline, heparin ointment or troxavazin to areas of inflammation is used.
It is better to take antibiotics at an early stage of the disease in order to slow down the inflammatory process. In case of infectious non-specific inflammation, penicillin antibiotics are effective. Antibiotic therapy lasts 10-14 days, as a rule, the lymph nodes gradually decrease in size and the inflammation subsides. Antibiotic treatment speeds up the healing process. If the inflammatory process is caused by specific diseases, for example, tuberculosis, the treatment is carried out in the hospital with special anti-tuberculosis drugs.
If the inflammatory process has acquired a purulent form, promptly, surgery is carried out, in which the affected lymph node is opened and cleaned of accumulated pus.
If the malignancy is confirmed, a course of chemotherapy is prescribed.
Effective treatment consists, first of all, in competent influence on the cause of inflammation, if the source of infection is destroyed, then the lymph nodes will gradually return to normal.
The use of alternative medicine gives good results, especially in the early stages of the disease. It is best to use alternative methods in conjunction with traditional treatment in order not only to speed up the healing process, but also to prevent the development of complications.
Echinacea is a good antiseptic. The easiest and most effective way to help relieve inflammation is to take Echinacea tincture (sold in a pharmacy). Half a teaspoon of tincture per ¼ glass of water, taken four times a day.
You can make syrup from Echinacea: boil 300 ml of water, add half a cup of dry Echinacea root (fresh root can be used). The resulting mixture is simmered for 20 minutes, then removed from the heat, add half a glass of fresh peppermint, and allow to brew for about 5 minutes, you can add honey to improve the taste. You can take this syrup both for adults and children, 1 tablespoon three times a day. Syrup is taken until full recovery. Children up to 10 years old take 1 tsp, also 3 times a day. If after receiving such a syrup, pain in the stomach area appears, the treatment should be stopped.
The well-known vitamin C is the surest helper for any cold and infection. It helps to increase the level of leukocytes in the blood, with the help of which the body destroys viruses and bacteria. Take vitamin can, starting with 250mg, 3 times a day. If no positive dynamics in treatment is observed, the dose is increased to 500 mg, 1000 mg. With such serious diseases as sore throat, the dose is increased to 2000 mg, taking also three times a day.