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Headache, Fever And Vomiting In Children
Brother has been in the hospital since Saturday bad headache, swollen eyes, vomit high fever could he have migraine doctor done test but all negative?
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
My child has been vomiting once a day, in mornings only. This has been going on for 5 days. There is no headache. The only other symptom is low grade fever of 99. I am fearful of brain tumor. Could it be?
For 6 years, my 9 year old child has gotten headaches with fever every 4 weeks, often with vomiting. Blood tests at the time of headache show nothing?
Food poisoning/virus: Your symptoms are classic for both food poisoning and for a viral gastroenteritis. In either case symptoms are likely to improve within 24 hours. The greatest danger is dehydration. Don't worry about eating until you feel better but drink water; ginger tea with lemon and honey may help. You could also try the homeopathic remedy Nux vomica 30c. If not improving within a couple days see a Dr. ...Read more
I have been vomiting several times for half a day, feeling bloated and nauseated, having headache and a fever of 39degrees. What should be the case?
A few things...: It's difficult to tell the source based on your symptoms. It could be infectious or it could be something surgical. If you are unable to keep down fluids and the vomiting persists you need to go to the emergency room at least for getting intravenous hydration. If the bloating continues and you stop having bowel movements, you may have obstruction, a surgical emergency. I would get seen now. ...Read more
Sir, I m frm nepal and before 1 mnth I had seen blood in my vomit...Aft that I have never seen it bt m sufferin from fever headache etc...Whts d rezon?
You need check up:
You need to be evaluated by your doctor, at this time it seems you have either viral infection, but depending on the examination they may find it is due to some other infection like meningitis etc.
Blood in your vomit one time only has no relationship with this episode of headache and fever, but can be related to gastritis at that time but if it recurrs than it needs to be evaluated by endoscopy. ...Read more
Hello sir, 2 days ago I had 3-6 line of cocaine in my friend party as a trial and I got fever, headache n vomiting when I eating or drinking, please help?
Adult male 42 vomiting all day, started for no reason, can't keep anything down chills no fever headache?
Virus setting in: Sounds like your have one of the many viruses that cause gastroenteritis (stomach "flu"). Right now lots of noravirus infection going around the country (better known as cruise ship flu). Chills may indicate your temperature is about to go up, so monitor this. Try very tiny amounts of clear fluid at a time, and if you are not able to keep anything down in the next 12-24 hours, seek care. ...Read more
My husband has cough, fever, rash on his back, headaches & can't eat very much without vomiting - what could this be?
Viral?: It can be a viral illness if it just started or something more serious if it has been occuring for a while. He should see his doctor for a proper evaluation. ...Read more
2 yr 10 mnts kid having fever and headache and vomiting from yesteday eveng. Started with dullness and sleepy ness yestday eveng. Temp is below 100 C?
My daughter is experiencing headache since early morning on Friday, it's stinging and woke her up today at night, she hasn't a fever, vomit has occurred 3 times in 12 hrs and no appetite at all since then, can't hold food and barely liquids.
See MD: Please bring your baby to see the MD asap. This time of year your daughter may have an ear infection, influenza, or acute gastroenteritis. There are several other reasons but she needs to see MD if she can't tolerate liquids. Give ice chips and pedialyte freezer pops. MD can give her medicine so she can tolerate oral liquids. Don't worry she will be just fine. ...Read more
My son hit his head playing hockey, he had no headache, dizziness, or vomiting. Pupils are normal. However he has a fever of 101.84. Is this a concern?
My nephew is 3.Watching tv in my bed a few mornings now. Today he has terrible neck&back pain, headache w/ vomiting and crying. No fever. Coincidence or sickness? Can't keep food or tylenol (acetaminophen) down. Thank you
Sickness: By what you have described I think he has come down with an illness. Watching tv should not cause vomiting. You may want to consider having him seen by a pediatrician. ...Read more
Pain along spine, starting at the tailbone and radiating upward. Started with vomiting and slight fever and headache. What does this sound like?
Fainting, lightheadedness, headaches so bad I can't eat, sleep, or work, vomitting not able to eat or drink without vomiting, and continuous fever.
The Flu: This sounds like you have serious case of the flu. Bed rest and lots of fluids are recommended. ...Read more
Fever spiking to 40 & excruciating headache. Doc diagnosed mild tonsillitis. Fever up whole night, this morning started vomiting. Headache still bad..
It's time to...: Time to see the pediatrician again. Mild tonsilitis should cause mild symptoms. If a child's symptoms seem out of proportion with the diagnosis, then either the child has an unusually bad case of whatever the initial diagnosis was, or the child has an additional disorder and diagnosis that is causing the usual symptoms. In either case, her doctor can recheck and make recommendations. ...Read more
Whenever I take nitroglycerines for angina I get terrible headaches with vomiting and fever which lasts for about 24 hours. Is there an alternative I c?
Bumb his head. Had small bruise. Observed for 24hrs, did not vomit. No fever. No headache. Should I still worry and take him to his dr.?
No need to worry: If there are no symptoms and he is acting like himself there would be no need to see the physician. ...Read more
Can you get Naegleria Fowleri from cleaning the insides of a dirty car? Can it be in the dirt? I have a fever, headache, vomiting, and chills.
No: It doesn't happen that way with Naegleria fowleri. However, nobody knows what's in the dust and dirt in cars, so it's fine to wear a face mask and some gloves when cleaning cars; or when cleaning homes, sofas, carpets, etc... ...Read more
Should I seek medical attention? I have severe itching everywhere on my body, vomiting, chest pain, very serious cough, fever, headache. Ect?
Do not delay.: You must check with your primary care physician first and as soon as possible. ...Read more
Six year old gets almost daily headaches. No known triggers or patterns, no vomiting. Complains of burning up inside but no fever. What could it be?
Needs medical check: Persistent headaches are of great concern to me. You should have a medical evaluation of your child done ASAP. Start with a visit to a pediatrician. He may need to get a Brain MRI scan done especially if his eye examination shows any signs of high pressure inside his head. Good luck ...Read more
My 4yo has had a fever of about 102 and has been vomiting since last night. She did get get flu shot this season. Is also complaining of a headache?
Had what I thought was a virus for almost 2wks. Violent vomiting, headache, low fever. Can't keep food or fluids down, barely able to pee or have bm.?
Seek med advice: I understand you have just returned from the caribbeans, so having the above symptoms may potentially be related to an infection you acquired on the trip. If your condition is getting worse and is not responsive to simple supportive care - tylenol/ibuprofen and oral hydration, you want to seek immediate er care. ...Read more
I've just recovered from chicken pox. For 24 hrs I've had severe incessant headaches, vomiting after ingesting anything and fever. Is it a relapse?
I have been vomiting the majority of my food for the past two weeks no fever headaches or anything doctor think I might have a virus is this correct?
Time to check again: Two weeks is a long time to be vomiting. It's time to see your doctor again. If you do not have fever or abdominal pain that's good, but you do need to be evaluated again. I suggest going on a clear liquids diet (water, ginger ale, light broth, no dairy) and make that appointment for follow up. ...Read more