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Can Heatburn Cause You To Get Waves Of Nausea
Definitely!: Be sure you don't have any other health issues causing the above symptoms. You can start drinking plenty of fluids, increase your fibers and fruits and you may need to take stool softeners, laxatives to help you out. Discuss with your physician if this is not helping. ...Read more
Can you get the flu after you get the shot and can you have symptoms of nausea, diarrhea and pain in your neck?
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. ...Read more
Can not drinking water/exercise lead to a buildup of toxins that can result in headaches, nausea or other symptoms? I rarely do either.
What can cause my stomach to have multiple episodes of pain, vomiting, and intolerance to food/liquid?
What's the best or easiest way to tell if you have aerophagia? Can it cause burping all day without bloating?
Yes: Aerophagia is associated with chewing gum, smoking, drinking carbonated drinks, eating too fast, CPAP air pressure (if it is too high) and wearing loose dentures. Aerophagia is a common cause of gas in the esophagus or stomach and belching.Because there is a regular belching may not have bloating of the abdomen. ...Read more
What are ovulation symtons also can implantation cause you to feel sick and to have palpitations thanks?
Try this site:: http://ovulationsymptomsguide.com/ if undergoing implantation discuss concerns with your doctor. ...Read more
Unlikely: A "stomach bug" is usually due to food poisoning which self resolves in 24-48 hrs or a viral illness which results in nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhea and resolves in 2-4 days. Key is hydration with electrolytes replacement. Nausea and all other symptoms resolve when illness ends. If you are experiencing chronic nausea, it could be signs of something else. See your physician. ...Read more
Yes: Arrhythmias can cause shortness of breath and fatigue. ...Read more
Heard brain fog can be symptom of PMS, but can it also be during a period? If so, what causes it & how can I get rid of sluggish/tired/foggy feeling?
Brain Fog is a combo: of feeling sluggish and forgetful. Common in PMS and blood loss during period. Keep track of periods, mood, thinking, energy. Adjust activities accordingly. Eat iron-rich foods (leafy greens, beans, eggs, meat). Maintain blood sugar, flaxseed to stay regular, get good sleep. Avoid caffeine and alcohol if it affects you. Seek medical/psychiatric evaluations to rule out anemia, ulcers, depression. ...Read more
It is possible: If you have IBS with predominantly diarrhea that can cause you to be dehydrated. Dehydration is one of the most common causes of headaches, including migraines which are more likely to occur when a person is dehydrated. For more info see: http://understandingmigraine.blogspot.com/ and http://helpdoctor-irritablebowelsyndrome-ibs.blogspot.com/ ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can low b 12 cause you to have terrible band headaches or can it cause you to have trouble with your vision?
It can affect vision: It can cause vision loss by affecting the optic nerve. Usually people get enough B12 by diet, but can have deficiencies after gastric surgery. If you feel you have a related eye problem, see your eye doctor. They can check your color vision and peripheral vision to help with the diagnosis. It's rare, but reversible! ...Read more
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