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Head Pressure Nausea
Seek attention quick: The constellation of your symptoms could be the sign of an acute angle closure attack. A condition in the eye where the eye pressure suddenly rises due to inability of internal eye fluid to get out through it's natural drainage system. This needs to be ruled out quickly because it can potentially cause permanent loss of vision. It could also be something else but this needs attention. Good luck! ...Read more
3 days ago I started to have fever 38.3 c
Mild abdomen pain, one time vomiting diarrhea I took flagyl. Fever is gone but i have head pressure &nausea?
See a doctor: sound like you have a bad stomach flue was the Flagyl prescribed to you by a doctor?i know you live in Saudi Arabia did you eat something did not agree with you anybody else sick in the house hold stay hydrated,avoid solid food water juice soups eat yogurt and drink mint tea take Tylenol (acetaminophen) for fever and chills if the vomiting preventing you from adequate hydration or fever spike go the emergency Rm ...Read more
Blood work, eye test blood pressure all normal, should I relax about brain tumor? Dizziness head/face pressure nausea sometimes 23, health anxceity !
I have back head pressure, constant dull nausea, and my anus is alway itchy? Sometimes there is blood from wiping constantly. Please help.
Will try: The two most common causes of anal itching are excessive caffeine and excessive moisture on the bottom. Cut out all caffeine, use plain cooking corn starch on bottom, do not rub the area, increase your fluids to 80-100 ounces per day and use a moist wipe to clean such as kleenex cottonelle. Do not use soap directlyon bottom, just plain warm water and keep the area dry with the cornstarch powder. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Going to neurologist for daily migraines with dizziness, pressure in head and nausea. What will they look for? What can cause such an increase in pain
Four weeks of light head, nausea, head pressure, amitriptyline in case it's migraine related, referred for MRI which was clear, diagnosis/next step?
Migraine management: Once a diagnosis of migraine has been made, effective management of migraine involves three specific strategies: 1) patient education, 2) nonpharmacological management, and 3) pharmacological (medical) management. See an orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation and professional management. ...Read more
Feeling kind of dizzy when standing and slight head pressure/tension. No nausea or vomiting and no severe head pain. Serious? Aneurysm?
It started with a really bad headache, its been almost a week and still feel light headed, nausea, pressure, tired...What can be wrong? Im worried.
Need Evaluation: It's no sense worrying about a brain tumor or a stroke when medical practitioners are there the evaluate these symptoms and either reassure you that all is well or uncover a problem and go about treating it. Either way you will be out of mystery and on your way to understanding what's happening. See a doctor asap. ...Read more
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