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Falling On Tailbone Dizzy Nauseous
Cervical spondylosis and prior broken tailbone. Pain or pressure in pelvis or lower back makes worse (dizzy, nausea, pain). Can I ask for cesarean?
Yes: The risk of cesarean is much higher however so unless you pelvic pain prevents natural birth you'll need to think carefully about this and discuss with you obgyn. ...Read more
I broke 3 ribs one week ago falling ice skating and now have terrible headaches, dizziness, nausea. I didn't hit my head. What should I do?
Go see your doctor: Even though you didn't hit your head, you fell hard enough to break three ribs. You must have jarred your head during the fall and your symptoms concern me if they are new and still present one week later. See your primary care doc asap or go to the emergency if you can't get an appointment or symptoms worsen. ...Read more
Go to see MD: It could be from different things like significant anemia (if you have heavy periods for instance), vs dehydration vs benign positional vertigo vs ear infection vs other things. Hydrate your self well, get up and move very slowly-would help. But most importantly- to go to see your md to get checked. ...Read more
Hard to say: This is a non specific problem with many causes and really would need your doctors input. Depends on much more information, other symptoms and findings on physical exam among other things. ...Read more
? vertigo: Dizziness can be either vertigo (spinning feeling) or lightheadedness. Vertigo often causes associated nausea and at times vomiting. An inner ear dysfunction is a frequent cause of vertigo. Lightheadedness with nausea can occur with upset stomach, medication, viral infections, etc. ...Read more
Coital cephalgia?: Do you get a headache with this as well? "coital cephalgia" is a known phenomenon. It is essentially a migraine that occurs with orgasm. Headache, dizziness, and nausea are seen in migraine, and if you are getting a headache as well, I would suspect that this is what is going on. There are migraine treatments availabe to help this. You should see a doctor about this regardless. ...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 more
Meniere's disease: Do you feel like motion-sickness? It depends if your symptoms are associated with sudden head movements, it is possible you have benign vertigo or a kind of vestibular disorder in your inner ear. If your symptoms last for more than several days, you are advised to talk to your doctor for further evaluation. Some anti-nausea medications are quite effective to control your symptoms. ...Read more
Missed period?: There isn't a way to know without a pregnancy test. ...Read more
Nausea & Dizziness: If you are chronically dizzy and nauseous, please see your primary physician for evaluation to determine the cause. ...Read more
Nausea & bloating: There are lots of reasons for abdominal bloating & nausea, & not all of them are due to the GI tract. Even "functional" syndromes may be present without underlying "disease." however psbo (paralyzed gut) due to metabolic & inflammatory conditions nearby (like an untreated infection of the urinary tract) must be considered & addressed. Check with your doctor for examination & treatment options. ...Read more
No: A child who gets dizzy or nauseous on a fair ride is most likely experiencing motion sickness. This is not uncommon, and is seen frequently on rides that spin, or accelerate quickly. I would avoid rides that make your child sick. There will not be any permanent harm from these rides, just short term symptoms that will go away. ...Read more
Not weird at all: Well, 38 is a bit on the young side for menopause, but it happens. Early ovarian failure or surgical menopause can happen at any time. And the hotflashes can be followed by some nausea, dizziness, sweating etc...It is actually quite common. Most menopausal symptoms are mild, but some people have very severe symptoms requiring treatment. If bothersome to you, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Possibly: It could be vertigo. A common cause of vertigo is benign positional vertigo. If this was related to position change and was transient it may be what it is. However, there are other causes and certainly if these symptoms persist or you have other symptoms you should seek evaluation by a medical professional. ...Read more
Symptoms: These are all subjective symptoms - that is to say, they are sensations that only you can describe to other people. And like a headache, they can be caused by many things. A good history and physical exam are the best start to sorting out what could be causing your symptoms. Best wishes. ...Read more
I am sorry to hear of your condition. I would recommend that you see the doctor that knows you best and write down answers to the following:
what do you mean by dizziness? Vertigo (a hallucination of movement), lightheadedness with a change in posture, imbalance during walking...
Does the nausea and/or shortness of breath connect with the dizziness?
Any relation to the meds?
Response to zofran (ondansetron)? ...Read more
That depends: It's not uncommon for women who have very painful periods or who have me at rally associated migraine to have both nausea and dizziness during menses. Do you also have headaches? How heavy is your bleeding? That can be another explanation. Finally, do you use ibuprofen during your cycle? That can lead to stomach upset as well. I think you should see a Dr. To check for anemia, review symptoms w/ u. ...Read more
Is there anything that I can do or use to help ease nausea, and dizziness, from taking microgynon?
I have had random bouts of dizziness, extreme fatigue on and off and some nausea for almost a week.
Hello I have been ttc with my hubby and this morning I noticed that I was very dizzy and a little nauseous?
Vague question: You need to rephrase your question as its' meeting is unclear. ...Read more
Should I get medical attention? I have been having dizziness and nausea for two days now when I move my head
Those are fairly nonspecific symptoms, meaning that they could represent anything from a simple cold to meningitis. When there's doubt, it's always a good idea to see a doctor.
If you have pain in your neck when you touch your chin to your chest, that's a worrisome sign, and makes it even more important that you be evaluated by a doctor. ...Read more
I started bcp 3 weeks ago the past week very dizzy and today dizzy and nauseous should I continue taking it?
Maybe: This is really one for you and your health care provider. There are a lot of things to consider here. If you're vomiting, stop it, otherwise talk to your provider as soon as possible. ...Read more