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Can recurrent BV cause lightheadedness or nausea or other gastro problems if it's been happening for too long? Does PID often present wiyhout fever?

Can recurrent BV cause lightheadedness or nausea or other gastro problems if it's been happening for too long? Does PID often present wiyhout fever?

Depends: I am not sure what BV is? Could you spell it out for us? Yes pelvic inflammatory disease can present without fever. Chlamyadia is an std that can cause pid with no symptoms. That is why it is important to go see a doctor. ...Read more

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Nausea (Definition)

Nausea = abdominal upset ...Read more


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Whenever i lay down on my stomach i feel a throbbing in the bottom of my stomach, and it also makes me feel sick when i lay on it for too long.

Whenever i lay down on my stomach i feel a throbbing in the bottom of my stomach, and it also makes me feel sick when i lay on it for too long.

See below: What you are feeling is the aorta, which is the biggest blood vessel in our body, connected to our heart. It distributes oxygenated blood to our system. It is normal to feel the beatings in the abdomen especially if a person is thin. Avoid pressing on it of u are lighthearted to let blood flow. ...Read more

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I take Zofran (ondansetron) off for bouts of nausea but it takes too long to work, can Zofran (ondansetron) for injection be prescribed or is it just for hospital use?

I take Zofran (ondansetron) off for bouts of nausea but it takes too long to work, can Zofran (ondansetron) for injection be prescribed or is it just for hospital use?

Prescription only...: ...But the bigger question is why you are having so much nausea. Ask your doctor if your medications could be contributing to this problem. Nausea is listed as a side effect of all three of your medications! ...Read more

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Back pain when sitting or standing for too long. Hurts at first when laying down, but then feels better. 20 yr old female - never given birth. Causes?

Back pain when sitting or standing for too long. Hurts at first when laying down, but then feels better. 20 yr old female - never given birth. Causes?

Low back strain: Likely you have strained the muscles of your low back while engaging in activities of lifting and twisting and such for day to day activities. The most common cause of which is due to weak core muscles and poor lifting and body mechanics. Doing core exercises like yoga and pilates will help this also no heavy lifting and if persists see your dr. ...Read more

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Nightly nausea? Every night for like the past week right when I lay down for bed I get nausea that worsens through the night but im fine in The mornin

Nightly nausea? Every night for like the past week right when I lay down for bed I get nausea that worsens through the night but im fine in The mornin

Gastric reflux: Have your medical doctor evaluate you for gastric reflux. They can also give you pointers on how to avoid it. In the mean time try not eating anything for about 2 hours prior to bed time, especially anything containing caffeine. Do not sleep lying flat, prop your self up on a couple of pillows. ...Read more

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Have huge abdominal hernia, lots of pain and nauseas should I still be working. I m a teacher. Only comfortable position is laying down in bed.

Have huge abdominal hernia, lots of pain and nauseas should I still be working. I m a teacher. Only comfortable position is laying down in bed.

Reconstruction : Sounds like you may need reconstructive surgery to restore your abdominal wall to a more normal state. This is best done by a team with experience in complex abdominal wall reconstruction - this is not "simple" hernia surgery. You can look at the americas hernia society website to find surgeons interested in hernia repair. ...Read more

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I hit my head on the wall laying down in bed very hard was painful I felt mildly dizzy and slight nausea which passed I have headache where I hit it ?

I hit my head on the wall laying down in bed very hard was painful I felt mildly dizzy and slight nausea which passed I have headache where I hit it ?

Trauma / concussion: It sounds like you have a post-concussive / post-traumatic headache. If the headache is accompanied by other symptoms (difficulty concentrating, irritability) then you might have post-concussion syndrome. If the headache doesn't clear or gets worse, see your physician. http://www.brainline.org/content/2008/12/headaches-after-head-injuries-8212-post-traumatic-headaches.htm ...Read more