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Can Muscle Pain Cause Nausea
Have what feels like a muscle pain lower left rib after eating. Slight nausea, flatulent, burp. BM daily, brown or yellowish. I have CREST. Insights?
GI dysfunction: Patients with CREST are prone for various GI problems. One is esophageal dysfunction with difficulty swallowing (dysphagia) and/or heartburn (GERD). Other patients may have slow stomach emptying or slow passage through the bowels. Bacterial overgrowth may lead to diarrhea. Discuss your Sx with your rheumatologist or GI specialist. ...Read more
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
I have had flue/cold like symptoms 3 times in 4 weeks. First week felt bloated, 2nd terrible cold. And now nausea and muscle ache and slight fever.
Take good care: If you're getting frequent colds/flu that means something is wrong and u need to find out what it is that can be fixed. Usually I find that patients are NOT getting enough regular sleep. Sleep is part of the immune system -8hrs or more per night are recommended. Then, you have to look at diet -if you're eating right. Doctors recc FRUIT, veggies and regular meals. Then, avoid toxins and STRESS! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My period is suppose to start in 3 day and starting yesterday I started having muscle pains dizziness, nausea sweating all signs of the flu but this has never happened before what could this be?
Got unprotected oral now lower bladder is paining, nausea, foul smell in urine, swollen lymp nodes, leg muscle ache, hard in digestion, urine frequent?
Spots/rash, itchy groin, irritation of upper thighs (inside), muscle pains, lumpy feeling swallowing turning head left, bruise, nausea, sweating etc..
Get sudden dizziness with sweating, palpitation. Followed by flatulence, nausea, muscle ache, low energy. On passing motion it tends to settle.
Issues: The dizziness, palpitation, and sweating may be due to a cardiac arrhythmia. The flatulence, nausea, ache and energy are likely a separate problem. A 24 hour holter or 30 day event monitor exam should help pinpoint whether you're having an arrhthmia and, if so, what kind - which will direct therapy. ...Read more
Possible: Yes, stress can cause a multitude of physical symptoms, such as the ones you mentioned above. However, it is important not to just attribute physical symptoms to stress without looking for other possible causes also. If you have persistent physical symptoms of any sort, you should get them checked out by your doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
My fiancée has always had frequently occurring severe muscle knots that cause nausea and vomiting. What specialist would be the best to visit?
IM, PMR, Rheum: Things you can do first: maintain proper posture, use ergonomic workstation, yoga, exercise, apply heat pad to the "knots". If not better, then see your primary care doctor. He can diagnose and treat you or refer you to a specialist, either PMR (physical medicine & rehab) doctor or rheumatologist. You may also benefit from physical therapy. ...Read more
Poss but not prob: Neck problems are unlikely to induce vertigo if what you describe is truly vertigo. Vertigo refers to a hallucination of movement. Cervical dystonia refers to tight neck muscles which causes the head to assume an abnormal posture and position which can cause nausea and headaches. Look at pictures of you from recent and remote times to determine whether this problem applies to you. Well wishes ...Read more
20yo female athlete with myositis ossificans in cervical paraspinal muscles. Can it cause nausea, fatigue over several months? Any possible treatmnt?
Not related: Myosotis ossificans (a form of heterotrophic ossification). Does not usually cause the symptoms described. Symptoms are usually localized to the ossification area. Treatment will depend on when the problem is discovered. It usually includes antinflammatories. In severe cases when the range of motion in the area is significantly affected surgery for removal of the bone is considered. ...Read more
Hypokalemia cause extreme muscle spasm between shoulder blades? Causing nausea, inability to move, hot flashes? I am clinically Hypokpp diagnosed.
Hypokalemia: Can cause what you describe discuss with your doc and get on treatment ...Read more
I have had unexplained nausea for a full day. No vomiting. Fever at 99. Back and muscle aches too. Severe nausea. What could be the cause? See a dr?
What faulty organ/body part that handles digestion can cause nausea and more notably full body muscle tremors (No Fever!) several hours after meals??
Can taking 200 mg of Zoloft (sertraline) a day cause hyponatremia? Experiencing worse ST memory over past month. Occasional nausea & muscle twitches.
Infection: Is the most likely cause. Muscle aches/spasms, low back ache, nausea, dizziness, headache, even twitching - not uncommon with some viral/bacterial infections.Toxin exposure may cause similar symptoms. If NSAIDS do not provide relief, or symptoms are severe or last longer than a few days, consult doctor. If concerned about toxin exposure or develop neck pain - do not wait: see dr. ...Read more
Can reactivation of shingles cause pins nedls crawling bugs on skin severe at night with chills, fever, fatigue, nausea muscle aches /gulain barre syndme?
Some people think you can only get shingles once and
some others think you can get it more than once. It is unusual to get shingles in people under 40 years old.
Mild systemic symptoms are more associated with shingles, such as fatigue, low fever, more of a mild viral
syndrome. Chills, nausea, muscle aches would be unusual. To my knowledge gulain barre has not been
associated with shingles. ...Read more
Infection: The disease is caused by a virus. The initial body reaction to the infection likely explains the sore throat & fever. The limb muscle weakness/paralysis is actually from damage to nerve cells, mostly in the spinal cord, that tell the muscles to contract. It can also affect muscles of breathing that are not directly under voluntary control, a feared complication. Recovery can be total or partial. ...Read more
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