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Can Pms Cause Dizziness
Can migraine headaches cause dizziness? Do migraines cause dizziness or can normal headaches cause this as well?
It can: Uncorrected (that is, without proper glasses or contact lenses) vision can cause fatigue, headaches and rarely, dizziness. If these problems occur with proper glasses, then they are not caused by the need for glasses. In this cases, a visit to the primary care doctor is recommended. ...Read more
It is a possibility: About 60-70% of active migraine patients improve during pregnancy. The incidence of migraine often worsens in the first trimester but improves during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy when the level of estrogen increases. However, some women may experience their first migraine during pregnancy. Rec.: see orofacial pain or headache specialist for further investigation. ...Read more
Possibly: Rhinitis is a non-specific term describing irritation of the nasal passages. It can originate from many different sources including allergic, irritant and infectious. Those agents can cause body responses like dizziness or nausea to a variable degree so depending on the agent any or all symptoms could occur together. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many things: Sometimes stomach discomfort can cause what is known as a vagal response, which while not dangerous, can cause low blood pressure and dizziness. The greatest concern would be if the heart burn was related to blood loss, which could also cause dizziness. A great many things not related to the digestive tract can also cause dizziness. ...Read more
True for many meds: Headache is one of the most common side effects of medications in general. Celexa (citalopram) can cause headache as a side effect. Usually it is temporary/transient shortly after starting the medication but sometimes persists and continues throughout the time of taking the medication. ...Read more
Possible: However the nerve that is injured that would cause dizziness is either in the head or in the brain stem. So unless these areas were injured unlikely that dizziness is associated with pinched nerve. Some people who have a lot of pain, can have a vasovagal response in which the body is trying to cope with the pain and can cause you to feel sick to your stomach, dizziness or feeling of passing out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many things: Most common would be migraine. Next would be ear and sinus infection. Bad would include brain tumor and meningitis. Medication and drug toxicity and too much alcohol can cause this. Head trauma, stress, emotional stress, lack of sleep can all result in these symptoms. Get a thorough evaluation! ...Read more
Yes: Up to80% of women have emotional and physical changes prior to mensturation, ~40% disturbing, ~2-5% debilitating(pmdd premenstrual dysphoric disorder).Many sx's:physical: headache, edema, bloating, and lethargy;emotional:depression, irritability, anxiety, etc.Need to r/o other med/psych problems: mdd, hypoglycemia, etc, so can best treat:meds &/or complementary therapies.Be good to yourself: access help. ...Read more
Probably migraine: Migraines are the most common cause of frequent headaches, and they are often associated with nausea/vomiting. Otc pain meds can contribute to rebound/medication overuse headache, which causes the headaches to actually worsen in the long run. You should see a neurologist who can get you on a good preventative agent as well as a good acute agent (i.e. Triptan i.e. Imitrex) for the pain. ...Read more
Sort of: There are many causes of dementia, including some we don't normally think of, such as vitamin deficiency, stroke, or brain tumor. Some of these diseases can cause dizziness in addition to dementia. More typically, dizziness does not accompany dementia. Dizziness can be a separate problem from dementia, or might help pinpoint an underlying cause for both. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lamictal Side Effect: Lamictal (Lamotrigine) Side Effects Common Side Effects of Lamictal (Lamotrigine): Let your doctor know if any of these side effects persist or get worse. Nausea Dizziness Drowsiness Headache Changes in menstrual periods Back pain Insomnia (trouble sleeping) Blurred or double vision Shaking (tremors) Vomiting Upset stomach Feeling tired Runny nose Sore throat ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends:: You want to HAVE dizziness & nausea or NOT have dizziness & nausea? Sorry, that was irresistible. The dizziness and vomiting centers are located in the brainstem. They respond to a wide variety of stimuli in the body e.g. gastroenteritis, in the brain e.g. migraines or rotational movement or vestibular mismatch, & systemically e.g. cancer chemotherapy. ...Read more
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