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Intermittent Dizziness And Nausea
I've been getting bad headaches with spouts of nausea, dizziness, and intermittent spotty peripheral vision loss. Is this typical of migraines?
See your Dr: I suggest you see your dr. This could be many things from rheumatoid to lupus, to lyme, etc. ...Read more
Intermittent pain at side/under breast became more severe with nausea, dizzy, weak, clammy, excessive tiredness. Improved but could it be heart attack?
Intermittent nausea, vomiting, headache dizziness, chest pressure and pain, flank pain intermittent sensitive skin age 25 been to ER nothing?
Flu?: Duration of symptoms? If acute onset --- flu. If chronic---- could be anything. Er is not the answer. You will find your answer by finding a good internist and visiting him on regular basis. ...Read more
Not fun: I'd see a doctor right away. More than likely the problem can be fixed. Any one of those three symptoms would have me going to the doctor today. Who wants to be dizzy, nauseated or feel faint? ...Read more
Hyperosmia: Read this first: http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/hyperosmia. Generally, this is a self-limited problem, but combined with the dizziness and nausea, it suggests a component of a syndrome that requires further work up. Sometimes atypical depression can manifest this way. If that is a possibility for you, you might want to consider a short term therapist. Either way, you should discuss this w/ a doctor. ...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
Missed period?: There isn't a way to know without a pregnancy test. ...Read more
Tough question.: Dizzy, tired and nauseated are three of the primary care physicians most dreaded symptoms because they often do not have an identifiable cause and the list of things that can cause them goes on forever. These symptoms will require a thorough exam, blood work and potentially imaging or additional focussed studies to help limit the possibilities. ...Read more
Hmmmm: See your GI or surgeon. Could be lot of possibility but if this is going on for few week then you need to have someone starting working up for your condition. ...Read more
Nauseous and dizzy: Make sure you are no pregnant. This could be the first sign of it. If you missed a period check a home pregnancy test if you have a cold drink plenty of fluids but not too much at one time. A sip every few minutes till the nausea goes away. Get plenty of rest till you feel better. Take a day or two off to get better if it persists for more than a few days see your family doctor. Good luck! ...Read more
Get evaluated: If you have had a complete vertigo evaluation (exam, vng) and your ENT can't explain your problem, then you may benefit from vestibular/balance rehabilitation. This is a kind of physical therapy which re-teaches the body how to judge your position in space so that the symptoms are not as bothersome. ...Read more
Vasovagal: This seems like a vasovagal episode. Something triggered a visceral reaction - sent vagal nerve signals up and down - nausea, low blood pressure resulted. Causes - fear, anxiety, pain, vs gall bladder spasm, vs ulcer spasm, vs intestinal spasm, vs an inner ear imbalance with vertigo, dizziness, nausea. ...Read more
3 possibilities: If you do nothing, it will 1) get better by itself, 2) get worse and may be serious, 3) stay the same indefinitely. So if you're the betting type, you can try to wait it out and hope it's #1. ...Read more
Several things: Dizziness is a common condition, and can be caused by many different things, ranging from a simple virus that affects your inner ear, to low blood sugar, low blood pressure, muscolsketal conditions, neurological conditions, cardiac related disorders, medications, etc to name a few. See your dr. And a thorough history and physical should start the process to properly diagnosing your dizziness. ...Read more
I am having nausea with some dizziness & now my waists are hurting a bit or feeling it is slightly heavy?
Dizziness, nausea, anxious while I'm working almost every day and at places like walmart but at home I'm fine?
Recently if im just sitting down watching tv I start to feel nausea and dizziness, and it doesn't go away. What could be causing this?
I woke up with dizziness and nausea which was worse when I was lying on left side. I had to lie for hours on right. I had same episode 3 months back.?
Positional vertigo?: Vertigo is a symptoms of many conditions you must see your doctor to evaluate and treat it ...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
Check your temp!: Sounds like a simple case of viral gastroenteritis (aka: stomach flu). Monitor your temp (shouldn't be over 102 and not for more than 3-4 days. Eat light (brat diet: bananas, rice, applesauce, toast) till bowels firm up. Consider a probiotic (ie. Align). Give it 4-5 days then see your pcp if no better. ...Read more
My BP is usually high, 154/90's. I have a BP now of 134/100 and my hr is 128. I don't feel well, dizzy and some nausea.
Tachycardia: The fact that you are dizzy and have nausea with such a high heart rate is alarming. You need to have an ekg performed to ascertain your rhythm. You may have a dangerous arrhythmia and need immediate care. Causes of your symptoms could be due to excess caffeine or stimulant overuse, Cocaine use, anemia, dehydration, thyroid disease and abrupt stop med, your heart rate may even be higher. Go! ...Read more
Your autonomic nervous system has been triggered by something. Think of this as a particularly nasty type of allergy. It can be against something new in your environment, a new medication, a toxin. Try
to avoid anything you are suspicious of. If this doesn't work, see a doctor as this may be a non-headache variant of migraine. ...Read more
Dizzy and Nausea: Dizzy and nausea are not likely due to ear problems -- but they can be. Go see your primary care provider for a complete history and physical examination. Generally, a few blood tests will be performed. If treatments are not helpful, likely you'll be referred to and ENT doctor to have your hearing checked and complete an examination to exclude inner ear malfunction. ...Read more