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Riding in the back seat of the car or in overcast weather i sometimes get shortness of breath, dizziness, nausea, bloating and swelling in the nose
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Dr. William Goldieanswered
Pediatric Neurology 50 years experience
Car sickness?: There are many people who get a form of car sickness. This can mimic migraine symptoms with severe nausea as well as flu-like features even without definite headache. Try to sit in the front and watch the scenery and perhaps take medication prior to the trip. Get a thorough medical evaluation to be sure some other medical problem is not present.
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Dr. Ronald Herringanswered
Anesthesiology 19 years experience
Vertigo: You may have an inner ear issue giving you vertigo. Meniere's disease comes to mind. It is a disorder of the inner ear that causes a sensation of a spinning motion. Nausea is often a problem. See your family doc for an eval.
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Last updated Jul 13, 2014
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