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Dizziness And Fever Symptoms
I have these symptoms diarrhea nausea upset stomach sensitivity to cold chest and back pain difficulty breathing severe headache dizziness vomiting?
Yes but usually 1st: These are usually the first symptoms.Get a more detailed answer ›
Check medications: Please check through all your medications and find out the side effects of these medications. Many medications can sometimes give rise to problems similar to what you are describing. Make sure that you see an internist and get some blood work done to assess if you have any ongoing infections or diseases of internal organs or whether you have a back or neck problem that can bring out such symptom. ...Read more
Is this New?: If this is a new onset of headaches, you need immediate medical evaluation. ...Read more
Fever: Well this is somewhat difficult as there are many possibilities. Given your age I would consider a viral illness such as the flu but many viruses can cause your symptoms. Since you are a female,also would consider urinary infection. If you have burning when you pee see a doctor. Hope you feel better! ...Read more
Diverticulites: You don't give me enough information to be very specific, important to know your age, length of time of symptoms and if there are associated abdominal pain. If you have abdominal pain and it's worsening in the left lower quadrant we worry about diverticulites, in the right lower quadrant we worry about appendices ...Again if worsening see your doctor or go to the er. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Suddenly got sore throat then weakness and little dizziness with body aches and fever. Are these symptoms of an infection?
Gastroenteritis?: If this gets much worse get to a doctor and be evaluated. If diarrhea begins along with vomiting stay well hydrated and if you cannot, get to an ER. If the fever becomes worse go and get seen. In short, not enuf info to make a definitive recommendation, but this sounds as if it is any worse you should definitely be seen. Hope you clear up soon. ...Read more
It is possible: Every patient responds to viral infections a bit differently. Most patients get typical symptoms of cough, runny nose and sore throat along with chills or body aches. Alternatively, your symptoms above may progress to a typical influenza presentation. Give your body rest and be sure to wash your hands :) ...Read more
My wife has the following symptoms : dizziness, off and on fever, chills, diarrhea, vomiting, sinus pressure, headache and weakness. What could be.?
Think viral: Statistically , the most common cause for all the symptoms you list is a viral infection. If these symptoms last longer than 3 to 5 days or have occurred frequently, she needs to be evaluated for any one of a number of more serious diseases than can also result in similar symptoms. ...Read more
Possible, but...: Possibly, but more likely due to other problems, especially at you age. Check with your doctor. ...Read more
Yes: Sinusitis due to a cold is usually viral and can cause feeling of congestion in all the sinuses, headache and occasionally dizziness. Some forms of migraine can cause dizziness. Always consult with your physician for any new or worsening symptoms. Don't hesitate to ask for a referral to a specialist if your not improving with your physicians treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have headache, body aches, chills, dizziness, diarrhea, dehydration, low fever symptoms, what do I have?
GI infection: Your symptoms sound like a viral infection of the intestinal tract. These usually run their course in a few days but dehydration can be a problem requiring IV fluid replacement. You should see your doctor to see if you need IV fluids and to be sure there is not a more serious type of infection present. ...Read more
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