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Doctor insights on: Headache Nausea And Diarrhea

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Dr. Oscar Novick
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Loose Stools (Definition)

Loose stools is a symptom in which a person's stool (poop) does not hold its shape after it goes into the toilet. Instead of remaining a shaped piece of poop, the poop spreads out in the toilet bowl water. Very loose stool is called diarrhea. Loose stool can be caused by infections, certain foods or drinks, ...Read more


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Have diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, dizziness, and runny nose?

Have diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, dizziness, and runny nose?

Could: be viral syndrome. Extra fluid intake,rest, OTC analgesics may be helpful otherwise medical evaluation ...Read more

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Began nov 20th: headache fatigue. 21st nausea vomiting headache dizziness body aches and hallucination last night. Today nausea headache and diarrhea.?

Began nov 20th: headache fatigue. 21st nausea vomiting headache dizziness body aches and hallucination last night. Today nausea headache and diarrhea.?

May be an infection: You should call your doctor right away or consider going to the er or urgent care. You may have a viral syndrome or viral meningitis which is a viral infection which can cause these symptoms and much less likely a bacterial infection. ...Read more

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What causes motion sickness, nausea, vomiting, dizziness and migrain headache?

What causes motion sickness, nausea, vomiting, dizziness  and migrain headache?

We don't know: The exact cause of migraine is still controversial and gaps in our understanding remain. Accompanying symptoms such as phonophobia, photophobia, nausea, vomiting, dizziness and blurred vision, as well as autonomic phenomena of conjunctival injection, lacrimation and lid edema are common and individual. It is manageable, see a headache specialist or orofacial pain. ...Read more

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Fever, nausea, headache, dizziness, vomiting, constipation. Cause?

Fever, nausea, headache, dizziness, vomiting, constipation. Cause?

Infectious: It is hard to know the exact cause but with these symptoms an infectious cause should be considered and ruled out as you may need treatment. Please seek evaluation by your primary care physician. ...Read more

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Headache nosebleed dizziness and nausea?

Headache nosebleed dizziness and nausea?

Go to Doc: A headache associated with nose bleeding should be evaluated by a physician, especially if you do not get regular headaches. ...Read more

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Headache, stomach ache, chills, shaking, no appetite or thirst, and nausea.

Headache, stomach ache, chills, shaking, no appetite or thirst, and nausea.

So sorry you're sick: Please call your doctor and let him/her know what's going on. The doctor can advise you about whether or not you need to be seen, and how to treat your fever, assuming you have one. Sometimes ginger tea can help with the nausea. ...Read more

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Headache and fever?

Headache and fever?

Need attention: It might be as simple as a viral disease such as cold or flu to more serious disease. Take some tylenol (acetaminophen) and see a doctor. ...Read more

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Stomach pain and vomiting fevers?

Stomach pain and vomiting fevers?

Stay hydrated: Lots of possibilities. Most commonly a "stomach bug" or perhaps food poisoning. These should be self-limited & only last a few days without blood in vomit, high fevers or other concerning sx. Most important to ensure hydration-small, frequent sips (no alcohol or caffeinated drinks). If your sx persist, your pain becomes severe, fevers get very high, blood in vomit, or you feel you need it, see doc. ...Read more

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Severe stomach pain, diarrhea, nauseousness, weakness and light headed..

See a doctor: Sounds as if you are sufficiently ill to warrant examination and perhaps treatment. The internet is not the place in which to do this. Get seen and best wishes for rapid recovery. ...Read more

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What does heavy-headed, irritable, dizziness, nausea and vomiting and headache contribute to?

What does heavy-headed, irritable, dizziness, nausea and vomiting and headache contribute to?

Multiple things.: Fever/virus can cause these, as can dehydration. Other causes are less common. One should check temperature, check blood pressure sitting and standing to note whether it's very low upon standing (can be due to dehydration). If the answer is still not clear, see a doctor for a thorough exam. ...Read more

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Headache, dizzyness,bitter taste stomach ache and abdominal pains.

High acidity: Sounds like Gastritis, reflux. Avoid alcohol, spicy food, hot temperature foods, citrus, vinegar, caffeine, tomato-based products, chocolate, spearmint or peppermints, steaks. Start using over-the-counter Nexium, (esomeprazole) or Prilosec in the morning and over-the-counter Zantac or Pepcid at night. You can use TUMS in between the day. The diets adherence is key. If you have no relief with guidance 2 to 4 weeks you definitely need to see a doctor ...Read more

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Nausea, headache, slight fever, chills, constipation, stomach discomfort. Is in the flu?

Nausea, headache, slight fever, chills, constipation, stomach discomfort. Is in the flu?

Stomach flu: These symptoms sound most typical of a stomach flu. . It does not require any specific evaluation unless it starts occurring regularly every month. There is no specific treatment. Just rest, drink plenty of fluids, and practice careful handwashing to protect others. ...Read more

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Constant headache, slight dizziness, extreme fatigue, muscle aches/weakness, nausea after eating but no vomiting and low-grade fever?

Constant headache, slight dizziness, extreme fatigue, muscle aches/weakness, nausea after eating but no vomiting and low-grade fever?

Time for a visit: 22 year old woman with past medical history significant for headaches and depression, surgical history significant for temporal lobectomy presenting with headaches, dizziness, fatigue. I would definitely recommend you visit your physician urgently. Headaches and dizziness in the setting of past neurosurgery demands immediate physical evaluation. They will eval nausea/weakness as well. Good luck. ...Read more

Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Headache (Definition)

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


Dr. Oscar Novick
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Diarrhea (Definition)

Diarrhea = increased frequency of stools which ...Read more