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Symptoms of dizziness, nauseous with vomiting, frequent headaches, and my body aches. could i be anemic? 18. not sexually active. sometimes i don't eat enough food in a day. i may eat once or twice and i don't drink water. lately i have been dizzy, nauseo

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Dr. Donald McCarren
Neurology 36 years experience
I'm : I'm sorry to hear of your symptoms. Dizziness has many potential causes so here are few key follow-up questions. Do the body aches have any connection to the episodes of dizziness? Do you have fever, chills, or night sweats. Do you ever have vertigo (a hallucination of movement)? Do you have a rash? Have you suffered any back injuries or is your back pain related to any event that may have precipitated these symptoms? Have you seen a docotr and if so was any testing performed? Sorry for all the questions but your symptoms are associated with so many potential problems that more information is needed before any formal differential can be made.
Dr. John Chiu
Allergy and Immunology 57 years experience
Migraine?: Do the headaches pound? If so, it may be from a migraine attack. Migraine is worsened by skipping meals, irregular sleep habit, hormones, stress etc. See your doctor re. This.

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