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Can Being Overweight Cause Headaches And Nausea
I've always been over weight. As of about 4-5 months ago I've gone from 247lbs-183lbs. I'm also having bad headaches and nausea.?
See your doctor: Rapid, unexplained weight loss is a "red flag" sign that needs a thorough evaluation in a timely fashion. There are many different things that could cause your symptoms, and if they began 4-5 months ago, you should not delay a personal evaluation with a physician any longer.
Many answers...: Answers spanning from benign (most common in the young) to serious (realatively uncommon if "all the time", more likely if very new). The only way to know what is happening for you is for you to have evaluation.
Yes: What you should do is keep a log of your headache symptoms, what you do before it starts, how long it lasts and what you did to make it go away. Do you have early morning headaches or vomiting, if so see MD next couple days. If headache is same place every day, see specialist; if you have visual issues or blood pressure issues, you must be seen asap. Good luck.
No.: But one has to ask, why the overtraining? Are you just over doing it? And are you drinking 'supplements' that are unhealthy?
Need more info: There are many details that are needed to clarify the implications of your symptoms. You need to see a doctor who can ask you all of the important questions and examine you.
Suffering from severe stabbing headaches for the past couple weeks that last pretty much all day they cause nausea trouble sleepin and eating?
Migraine: Your symptoms sound like that you may be having a migraine. See your local pcp. At about 2 weeks the persistent symptoms do start to become concerning.
What are possible causes and remedies for early morning headache and nausea once or twice a week in a 60 year old woman with no major medical problems?
Need check up: There are many possible causes for your symptoms, but you must get a full evaluation by your doctor to rule out some of the more serious conditions. Please don't ignore this. Also, you should have a carbon monoxide detector in your home.
Sinus infection: Headaches, congestion, earaches, headaches and nausea are often associated with a sinus infection. The inflammation and irritation may improve with the Nasonex (mometasone) and singular that I see that you are taking. What you are trying to do is to decrease the build up of the fluid in the sinuses that leads to the pain. If there is fever, then you need to be more concerned that the infection is increasing.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Yes. Toothache means a problem with the tooth. See a DDS ASAP.See 1 more doctor answer
Many things: What you describe could be simple tension and anxiety; or the back pain could be due to degenerative spine disease, and the pain might then give you headache. It is possible for a brain tumor to give you headache and nausea, but not usually low back pain. These 3 don't easily fit together as a set of symptoms which have a single cause. Consult your doctor for more information and reassurance.
I've been getting headaches every day now for weeks. They are occasionally accompanied by waves of nausea. What could be the cause and what can I do?
NEED GLASSES: Have you had your eyes checked? Have you had your sugar checked. When did you last see a doctor?
Migraine equivalent?: I'm unable to interpret all of your question (essure?). If you mean your sense of smell is heightened and you have nausea at times, you may be having a partial migraine phenomenon without the headache. Some doctors refer to this phenomenon as "migraine equivalent." Much less likely would be an unusual type of seizure originating in the temporal lobe of the brain.
I have been smelling cigarette smoke or ashtrays when there is none around 24/7, anywhere I go, and it causes nausea and headaches sometimes.
See MD: Could be sinus, dental issue. Rarely, brain tumors cause sense of abnormal or phantom smells.
I always get really bad headaches and nausea. O experience this for around 2 hours at a time. I was wondering what the cause of this and how to prevent?
Different types: The 2 main causes of headaches in your age group would be migraine and tension type muscle contraction headaches. Either one can have associated nausea. Migraine often has a preceding warning (flashing lights, etc) and is usually a one sided throbbing headache while tension type headaches are usually steady over the forehead or back of the head. A neurologist is a headache specialist as well.
Codeine: You might experience side effect from codeine. Please discuss these symptoms with your doctor.See 1 more doctor answer
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