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Migraine Naseau Back Pain
What's would be a reason for me to be nausea, migraine, and lower back pain. I have already had my monthly.
2 separate problems: Separate attention to these issues is needed. 1. Once a diagnosis of migraine has been made a professional and effective management is required. 2. Most people experience lower back pain at some time in their lives due to to a lot of mechanical stress and strain. See your PCP for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Almost 10wks, only experienced regular nausea but yesterday & today experiencing vomit dark green bile, migraine & back pain. Should I be concerned?
On the first day of my period, I experienced dizziness, a migraine, stomach and back pain, and nausea. How long will this last?
Changing hormones: This may be symptoms of your changing hormones as your body gets ready for the normal cycle. Many women have similar symptoms. For some, these symptoms become less severe as they get older. For others they do not change and may experience until menopause (age 50-60). Talk to your gyn or pcp as a birth control pill may help control the hormone cycles causing these symptoms. ...Read more
Severe migraine for one month can it cause chest pain lower back pain & nausea I am also dizzy & I see flashing lights dry mouth?
Call 911!: Call 911 (or have someone drive you to your pcp, the hospital or a 24/7 medical facility) and have this checked out immediately. While it could be a combination of several different and non life threatening problems, chest pain alone warrants immediate attention! It's always better to be safe than sorry. ...Read more
Unrelated: It is not a mandate that these symptoms are in any way related to termination of your menstrual period. If they continue make an appointment with your pcp and get evaluated. Migraines are easily managed these days, and back pain has many possible causes. Sore throat is usually due to a virus or occasionally strep. ...Read more
Severe neck and back pain for over a week. Causing extreme nausea and migraines. I haven't been able to eat for 4 days since pain is so bad.
See a doctor: You should get evaluated asap since you have such diffuse and severe symptoms. ...Read more
Been docs for the 10th time been told I got migraines AGAIN! Headaches weak arms/pit tired nausea pain behind eyes stiff neck top back pain? Not sure
See a neurologist: Your migraines do not appear to be under control. You should keep a log of the location, timing, duration, frequency, associated characteristics, and intensity of these headaches and take the log with you to a neurologist. Https://www. Aan. Com/Guidelines/Home/ByTopic? TopicId=16, http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/migraine.html ...Read more
Frequent nausea, migraines, missed periods, low back pain fatigue! Ongoing for several years! Diagnosed with pcos but still no relief w/ meds!
PCOS migraine: Complicated. Migraines can make nausea and run in families. There are treatments to help attacks as well as reduce likelihood of episodes. Pcos is more complicated. For good information go to http://www.Hormone.Org/diseases-and-conditions/womens-health/polycystic-ovary-syndrome. ...Read more
Black outs with nausea and vomiting, with weakness and right lower back pain, migraines and constipation. Urine ph. 10 and white blood cell. I am lost?
See your doctor.: You are describing here a wide range of symptoms, making this situation too complex to be diagnosed or dealt with in 400 characters or less. Because you are describing blackouts, you should see your doctor ASAP. If your symptoms are severe, go to the emergency room. Good luck. ...Read more
I have back pain that's very painful in the top an very center of my back. Is this because I suffer from Occipital Neuralgia Nerve Migraine headaches?
Occipital Neuralgia: Involves the greater and lesser occipital nerves located in the back of the scalp and can produce neck pain as well as headache. The most common symptom is suboccipital pain radiating to the back of the head and occasionally down the back of the neck. This is treatable condition. Rec. See orofacial pain or pain management specialist. ...Read more
Jelly like discharge that's clear with white, lower left back pain with dull ache and migraine. Have a doctors apt 2 weeks from now but would like advice?
Go to an urgent care: Perhaps you can call your doctor's office back and let them know that you have an acute problem that really cannot wait two weeks. Some offices do offer same-day appointments but you have to let them know that there is a problem. I don't think your doctor would want you to remain in pain, with a migraine, and with an unknown discharge for that long without taking a look at you. If not, urgent care. ...Read more
I have had severe back pain which it is caused from bulging discs in my l1, 2, 4, 5 and now I have this pain in my neck which gives me a migraine.?
Bulging discs can be: A source of pain I guess. It is more likely to cause pain if associated with facet inflammation or annular tears. A significant bulge can over time progress to a fank herniation. You should be under a doctors care for this. Also the neck pain is not related. It is a different area and you can have arthritis or disc bulges or herniation or stenosis. You shoudl ask your doc. ...Read more
Ihave migraine since yesterday, Advil (ibuprofen) not working. I take oxycodone 5/325 occasionally for back pain. Can I try 1 dose for migraine?
But acute headache remedies (opioids) taken more than two days a week may be associated with a transformation of episodic migraine attacks into an almost daily chronic migraine headache. The ideal abortive migraine drug should have a rapid onset of action, high overall efficacy (e.g. Triptan).
Rec.: see orofacial pain or headache specialist for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Severe lower back pain. Limbs are weak. Migraine. & feeling hot. Breathing out hot air. What may be the cause & or treatment?
I have had a migraine for 2 weeks with nausea, pain in my abdomen and lower back, pain in the base of my skull, sensitivity to light. What should l do?
What does migraine fainting spells dizziness back pain loss of balance muscle weakness and arrhythmia mean?
You need a doctor: That's a lot of things that a doctor would call "red flags." that means that some of that suggests at least the possibility of serious problems. If you haven't had a comprehensive evaluation for your symptoms, you need one. I'd start with an internal medicine doctor and let them refer you to specialists as needed. ...Read more
Having back pain, mild cramping, I had a period 2 weeks ago one day of heavy bleeding and 4 days of spotting. Really bad migraine, rumbling tummy 24/?
Multiples: Things not likely to be interrelated. Probably should be checked for pid. ...Read more
Woke up with a severe migraine that got worse with calf and lower back pain, tramadol did nothing. Blurred vision, dizzy, throbbing. Advice?
Many symptoms that-: -R not related, but the migraine, vision & I assume the throbbing is in Ur head. This needs 2 B evaled. Since a cerebral event can cause these. A neurologist is the place 2 start. If U R on BCPills & calf pain could also tie in with all symptoms except back pain. A CVA could come from DVT. A MRA of the brain may B indicated. It's a young age, but women in this age group mid 20's-mid 2 late 30's. ...Read more
Uti diagnosed antibiotics gone but pain and nausea are still really bad. No energy back pain and abdominal pain ear infection and migraine too.
Follow up with MD: You have been treated for UTI and still have pain in abdomen and nausea. And you feel you have a new infection in your ear and headache. You should follow up with your doctor and get repeat urine done to see if infection has cleared. You also need your ear checked for infection. And may need imaging like ultrasound or CAT Scan. ...Read more
Have constant abdominal cramping & back pain, flank pain, shortness of breath, migraine, dizziness, urinary pain & frequency, diarrhea, nausea...???
Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) for what?: Wide-spread subjective symptoms and "irritable bowel" commonly stem from stress (although that is commonly not the desired answer). You can't define the cause of each symptom without evaluating each symptom; however, with this type of syndrome (not rare) lab test are commonly unimpressive and stress is commonly the final answer. Evaluating all of this will be very expensive. ...Read more
Migraine back pain: Your problem must be long lasting! insomnia-1 + back pain-2 always lead to headache-3. Or in any order in a syndrome together= vicious circle. Cervical spine pain are as much muscles around spine than spine. Pain then irradiates to back of head then up to head. Pain closed to brain leads to insomnia which in the end leads to depression. Very abbreviated answer. ...Read more
Had a migraine & then shooting pain up my spine, pain in lower abd, ribs & chest. So bad I could hardly move. Could this have been from a panic attack?
If you have not seen: A doctor for a sumilar complaint in the past, panic attack would not be my first guess. Please consider getting an immediate evaluation if u have never had one. If you have, than please call the person who did that evaluation and ask them what to do. Please don't delay. ...Read more
Severe lower and mid spine pain and severe pulsing migraine on rear right side of head. Feels as its the brain swollen and pulsing.?
Mirgraines, Disc dz: This is a complex case as you are very young and there may be more than one diagnosis is going on. These could be part of occipital neuralgia, polymyalgia rheumatica or degenerative disc disease with radiculopathy. Likewise the migraine complex may not be set off by cervical or spine disease. Therefore please see a Neurologist for a complete evaluation and keep us posted. ...Read more
Upper neck/back pain for 5yrs & migraines 10+ yrs. Back is hurting worse daily causing severe migraines + numbness/tingling on left side of face.
I have chronic back pain (herniated l4-s1) treated by opioids, which are making migraines worse- other options to treat pain in 27 y/o f? Pt failed
Back pain options:
Sorry to hear about your pain.
Other options in no particular order might include:
1. Disc decompression
3. Core strengthening
4. Epidural steroid injections
5. Medial branch blocks/radiofrequency for associated facet pain
6. Tens unit
7. Non-narcotic meds
8. Surgery. ...Read more
Could neck and back pain or EVEN frequent headaches/migraines stem from minor bulge c6/c7 discovery, some years ago?
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