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Dizziness Sensitivity To Light
Headaches, dizzyness, sensitivity to light. Is there any medication I can take to relieve my symptoms?
Normal to have headaches, Dizziness, nausea, sensitivity to light etc 2 weeks after car trunk slamming on head?
No: These are not the "normal" everyday expected symptoms that your should be experiencing, especially after hitting your head on the car trunk. You may suffered a concussion and you should go to your physcian or quick care center to have an evaluation. Do this sooner than later, less you hurt yourself by falling from the dizziness. Good luck. ...Read more
Can I be sure dizziness, nausea, sensitivity to light, and dull head pressure (no extreme pain) is actually migraine? Can it be something else?
Vision was 20/40 abot 3 years ago. Hve blurry vision, dizziness, headaches, sensitivity to light. CBC normal & BP normal. Could I possibly need glasse?
Headache specialist: The first steps in the management of headaches are to eliminate the presence of any secondary headache disorder and to diagnose the specific category of the headache involved. Except for the typical primary headache, most patients with frequent or recurrent headaches should have some form of diagnostic tests to exclude organic disease. See orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation. ...Read more
Again extream head pain, nausea, vomiting, dizzy sensitivity light&sound. Again er, test, treatment. Ct-clear pain med+zofran.=diag:migraine. Sent home!
Daily meds: It depends on how often this occurs, but it sounds like you may need to be on a daily medicine to prevent these headaches. You should also try to eliminate the common headache triggers if you haven't already tried that. And maintain a headache diary to try to identify any potential triggers. Good luck. ...Read more
What could these be symptoms of? Nausea, headache, dizziness, sensitivity to noise and light, tightness in neck.
I was at work today on my first shift and suddenly I felt dizzy and everything became blurred and my sensitivity to light was hightened. Now headache?
Diagnosed bppv lasting 3 wks Epley exercises makes symptoms much worse: dizziness headache light sensitivity normal? How long until Epley helps
Should work quickly: There is an Epley MANEUVER which is done generally by a neurologist or a neuro-otologist in the office but they can be done at home after initial treatment. Are you sure you're doing them correctly? If the diagnosis is accurate they should work well. There are another set of exercises which I believe are more easily done than Epley but require a partner. They are called Brandt-Daroff EXERCISES. ...Read more
I hit my head 2 days in a row. I've had headaches, sensitivity to light & noise, tingling, & a little dizzy. Nothing major. Is it worth looking @?
My right temple got hit pretty hard yesterday. I have a very mild headache/slight sensitivity to light and I'm also a little dizzy. What should I do?
Ouch. Goto ER: Closed Head injury is nothing to take lightly especially in context of other symptoms. You need medical evaluation as soon as possible. ...Read more
My girlfriend has been to numerous doctors. She has headaches but without sensitivity to light or sound. She also gets dizzy from bending or lying down too fast. What couldbe the reason?
Is GERD can also cause dizziness and light sensitivity and shortness of breath? I am suffering from acid reflux.
My wife has dizziness, nausea, light sensitivity, and headache. She gets migraines 5-6 x/yr. This time her right hand is ice cold. Cause for concern?
I suffer ongoing dizziness, headaches, light sensitivity, numbness & pins & needles in left arm/ shoulder, also chest pain both sides. Any suggestion?
Multifactorial: See neurologist to rule out fibromyalgia. See ENT to check your vestibular function. Your pcp can run lab tests to rule out exidental chronic poisoning or vitamins deficiency or cardiac arrhithmias. If after all of the above you are still sick consider major university for further work up. Good luck. ...Read more
She sometimes get bad headaches. And everyday I get dizziness, body twitching, light sensitivity. Do you think it might be a brain tumour?
Can a dysfunctional gallbladder cause constant dizziness or lightheadedness, chronic headaches (esp. Behind eyes and ears) and sensitivity to light?
Gallbladder: Biliary dyskinesia is the name for a dysfunctional gallbladder. It can be associate with vague, intermittent abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, often associated with meals. It rarely hospitalized patients. It is diagnosed by functional studies of the gallbladder. Often called a hida scan. It would not be associated with chronic headaches or dizziness unless you are becoming dehydrated. ...Read more
I've had a migraine for two weeks with nausea, sensitivity to light and sound, dizziness, trouble talking and thinking, and intense pain. I've had a ct and been on every pain med. What can this be?
ENT DR said that my dizziness, light sensitivity, headaches are caused by back of neck tightness/strain, I experience PVC and acidreflux (digestion problems)too should I talk to him about vagus nerve?
Dysautonomia: Dysautonomia syndrome causes different symptoms alleviated by avoidance of stimulants, ensuring hydration, using magnesium, vitamin D & omega fish oils (www. Cardiamin. Com, use code: CMC), low dose beta blockers e.g. propranolol 5 to 10mg 2 to 3 times daily and SSRIs e.g. citalopram 5 to 10mg daily. Read Dr. Ronald Hoffman’s MVP book (www. Amazon. Com) and visit www. Dysautonomiainternational. O ...Read more
Symptoms: pain & irritation in my right lung, jaw, ear, throat, tongue. Dizzy, light sensitivity. What did I inhale and how do I get rid of it?
Unknown: Was I there with you to see what you did or didn't do? Was I there to see you inhale anything? Get real and take responsibility for whatever you did and see an md. ...Read more
Several things: If this is a "new" condition for you then, a couple of things to consider. One would be hormonal, most commonly thyroid gland. There is also a phenomenon of heat intolerance in conditions which can affect the brain or spinal cord referred to collectively as demyelinating diseases. Also, sweating abnormalities resulting in the body's inability to properly cool itself can be a problem. ...Read more
Fluorescent light sensitivity! BP up 30 pts, nauseous dizzy hot, why, how? How can I fix it, can't avoid 100% don't have a lot of $ at all
Light affects our brain in many ways.: This may be a condition of an ocular migraine. Some light situations cause neural irritability and even seizures. Without the cash for neurologic or ophthalmologic evaluation you're stuck with trying things to protect your eyes. You might try quality sunglasses with a good ultraviolet coating. Some medications called beta blockers can be helpful to prevent symptoms but, unfortunately, you need to be seen by a physician. ...Read more
Over the last three days I've had these symptoms Light sensitivity Hot/cold flashes Nausea Exhaustion Dizziness what is causing these symptoms?
Nonspecific symptoms: Many, many things can cause these nonspecific symptoms, including psychological problems. Much more information would be needed. A detailed medical interview and physical exam is the first step. ...Read more
I fell thursday got a headache the worst of my life and light and sound sensitivity I can't concentrate I'm dizzy and always tired no medicine is help?
What causes caffeine intolerance/sensitivity. If I accidentally drink it, I get dizzy, anxious, can't speak properly ect. Is it a nervous system react?
Stimulant: Caffeine is a stmulant and if you avoid it a small amount can evoke a strong response--heavy users become tolerant and unresponsive--can drink a pot of coffee & go to sleep! you recognize it's effect on you--i guess the best would be to be careful to avoid it--might talk to your doc about a minor tranquilizer to keep in your pocket to counteract the effect when you inadvertently ingest some. ...Read more
Could cold sensitivity & not drinking fluid for a long time in a day cause a dizzy spell? Also, could a virus cause a short dizzy spell/loss of balance?
Both possible: But if you are having these symptoms it might be beneficial to see a doctor and make sure nothing more serious is in progress. ...Read more