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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
Near constant: Intractable means non-stop or not responding to medication. Usually when people vomit it is because the stomach wants to get rid of what ever is inside at the moment. Usually then when it is empty the vomiting stops. Sometimes because of severe illness, pregnancy or psychological problems, people can stop vomiting even when their stomach is empty. This usually requires a trip to the doctor. ...Read more
Recurring nausea, head/facial stiff pain, abdominal pain, tremors, constipation occasional diarrhea, extreme anxiety, trouble sleeping?
Vague symptoms: You really need to be seen and evaluated by a primary care physician. Not all of these symptoms may be of the same cause or related to each other in any manner. You should make a list of each and every symptom, their frequency and association and take this with you to your doctor. Best wishes for a successful outcome. ...Read more
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
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
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What causes chronic diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, fatigue, insomnia, fainting, Full bowel movement in sleep, headaches, eye pain?
Viral syndrome: Other than the "full bowel movement in sleep" what you are describing is consistent with viral syndrome which requires rest and hydration and should not last more than 5 days. Avoid dehydration as you are losing water and it will make symptoms worse. make sure you eat and keep activity and environmental exposure to a minimum until you recover. Let your doctor know what is going on. ...Read more
FATIGUE EVAL: HbA1C to evaluate for diabetes. You need full EXAM AND labs. CBC/CMP/B12/FOLATE /TFTS/VITD/CRP//SED RATE//IRON STUDIES/LYME TITERS. Start a. Gluten free diet Wholeapproach.com gutbliss.com. And high potency vitamins. Rejuvenation-science.com Then review results if no firm diagnosis is made, a sleep study may be necessary many subtle sleep disorders cause Fatigue ...Read more
Dehydration: is probably causing the fatigue weakness and dizziness. If you are unable to take fluids by mouth, then you will need to have them administered IV or this could get even worse. Also you should find the cause of all of this by visiting a clinical facility and get it treated. Good luck! ...Read more
Can be: Migraines can be intractable. About 2% of the population has chronic migraine which occurs 15 or more days per month. Some migraineurs have migraine status where the headache lasts 72 hours or more. Some migraines do not respond or do not respond well to acute or preventive medications and are intractable. ...Read more
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible, unlikely: If this is acute, more likely due to some intervening factor. Unpublished data suggests that eating 3 cups of unpasteurized yogurt a day may alleviate symptoms of IBS. Try it, cannot hurt. If your current symptoms continue see a doctor ASAP. ...Read more
Anesthesia: Typical medications used for anesthesia induce nausea and vomiting. They can also make you feel unsteady. These are typically much improved vs. Resolved by 24 hours. Beyond then, these symptoms can be related to narcotic pain medications. Your particular situation may or may not be consistent with this. Contact your doctor regarding this if you are unsure. ...Read more
2 possible ulcers one might be bleeding heartburn nausea vomiting bloating extreme abdominal pain gagging black stools chest and back pain dizziness
See doctor: What you described is serious enough to warrant seeing a doctor, preferably a GI specialist. ...Read more
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