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Latex Balloons Cause Headaches Sick
Possibly: Some people are have allergic reactions to latex, getting allergy symptoms of rash, breathing difficulty, itchiness, headaches, fatigue, etc. Additionally, some people are sensitive to the powder found on latex products. Reactions to the powder can be similar to the reaction to the latex. Seek the help of your family doctor or allergist for possible testing. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had a balloon test occlusion done wihout conscious sedation. Should I still have a bad headache. I had it done 2 days ago?
Depends: It really depends on why you had the balloon occlusion test and if you had these headaches before the test. The test is diagnostic, not therapeutic (doesn't treat the cause of the headache). If this is a new headache or the severity of the headache is great, then definitely let your neurosurgeon / neurologist know. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi, I've sucked 5 helium balloons and now I'm coughing and it hurts my throat I also hav a mild headache and a pain in my lower abdominal ?
Then stop: Inhaling helium displaces oxygen in your lungs and can cause a relative lack of oxygen to your brain (possibly causing the headache). I also assume you weren't sucking down "medical grade" helium and there may have been some contaminants in the helium balloons giving you a pneumonitis and brochospasm. If it continues then get medical attention ASAP. ...Read more
Constant pressure in my head like a balloon blowing up inside me skull and a heart rate of 109 while sitting. 22yr old female always dizzy and head aches and fatigue?
NO idea: You could have a viral illness or could have something serious. Have you started a new medicine? Are you taking a cholesterol medicine as this could be one cause. See your doctor and try to piece together the cause with his / her help. ...Read more
What is a headache: Headaches are caused by a process of inflammation of brain structures. The area initiating headaches is in the brain stem. When stimulated, it releases inflammatory neurotransmitters. An adjacent structure is the center for nausea and vomiting which is inflamed by the transmitters released, triggering your feeling of being sick. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I get headaches more than 2x a week, when I get a migraine and it hurts to the point I get sick. What can cause this?
Migraine symptoms: The medical definition of migraine is a headache that occurs periodically lasting 4-72 hours and that is associated with at least 2 of the following features, one side of the head is worse, pulsating quality, moderate to severe 5-10/10 pain, nausea and/or vomiting, sensitivity to light, sound, movement, and aggravated by even simple activity. Vomiting is common. Migraine is treatable. See Dr ASAP. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been feeling sick lately, usually evening/night time, been off my food and having headaches. Can stress cause this?
Theses symptoms may: Be caused by stress. However, it would be important to rule out medical causes before implicating stress. Please see your physician for this.One thing that you can do to self-calm or reduce anxiety is deep breathing. Breath in slowly & deeply through nostrils. Fill you lungs with air & hold for a five count. Slowly exhale through open mouth. Don't focus on problems. Think only about your >>. ...Read more
What could be the cause, I have migraines at least 3 times a week, always tired, and when i exercise i get sick and sometimes a severe headache.
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
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