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Nausea And Dizzy After Gall Blader Sergery
Temperature of 100 that keeps coming and going. Severe nausea last 5 days, can barely eat. Very Dizzy! History of low gall bladder EF. Do I need ER?
Yes get checked.: You may have the flu or another URI. You should get checked. ...Read more
Constant nausea. Have to keep food in my stomach or I get really sick. Shaky, dizzy, horrible headaches. Not pregnant. No gall bladder. Seen a gi.
I have spondolythesis on L5 s1 I turned down surgery 2 get healthy. I've sciatica, but have now noticed I get dizzy, nauseas & my balance isn't good?
Had surgery on my colon friday and now I'm not urinating and I'm dizzy and nauseas is this normal?
Go to ED...: If you are not able to urinate at all or a lot less than usual after you had surgery then you need to go to the ED as soon as possible. This could be related to an urinary tract infection but could also be caused by serious issues with your kidneys. The only way to tell is by direct exam and evaluation. Please go NOW. ...Read more
Have had pain between shoulder blades, constant headache, nausea, dizziness, and fatigue for about 4-5 days now. What could it be?
No: See your pcp or ent.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hx esophagitis, protonix (pantoprazole) daily x2yr. 2 day ago, severe pressure, nausea, burping, dizziness now pain between shoulder blades. Tried everything.
Time for GI exam: With your chronicity, it is time for a GI evaluation to seek the best help. Best wishes. ...Read more
I have pain in my right shoulder blade Vomiting nausea and dizziness I also suffer from anxiety! Breathless also what's the cause?
Intense pressure in epigastric and shoulder blade region. Not sleeping anorexia nausea excessive saliva dizzy spell once?
I didn't get an answer to my question. I get dizzy naucious and the the dry heaves (can't throw up and get terrible pains in my upper stomach. I did have my gall bladder out about 16 yrs ago and also I had gastro bypass about 8 yrs ago?
Evaluation needed: Yiu need evaluation from a gastroenterologist or bariatric surgeon. ...Read more
Dizziness (12 months) heart palpitations, faintness. Started day after gall bladder surgery. Thyroid normal, blood pressure low, diabetes neg.
Palpitations: Please call your surgeon today and report your symptoms! ...Read more
Following biopsy surgery I have been woozy. 2. 5 weeks later still woozy. Have tried anti nausia, stopping thyroxine for 4 days as suspected overdosed pre surgery.
Biopsy: Where was the biopsy? If there is no signs of continuous bleeding from the site of biopsy, the procedure of may not be the reason for the woozy feeling. ...Read more
After I masturbate I have to urine really bad and my urine is sticky and I get nausea and dizzy after I masturbate?
Urine is sticky: urine is most likely sticky due to the presence of seminal fluids from ejaculation. Nausea and dizziness are unusual occurrences. If you are doing any type of restrictions during masturbation, for example asphyxiation, I recommend that you refrain from that, as it could lead to a life threatening situation. Otherwise, I would seek medication attention. ...Read more
Sudden wave of nausea and dizzy after sitting down for a few mins? Felt tired all day but not sick?
Viral Syndrome: Sounds like you are coming down with a virus! if by dizzy, you mean the room is spinning- you may be experiencing vertigo; the nausea associated with vertigo can be treated with meclizine. So- if your symptoms continue you should see your doctor- but for now try some bed rest, hot tea, and tylenol (acetaminophen) should you get a fever. It should go away, but call your doctor in am if not better. ...Read more
Some people have: Such a vagal response to sexual orgasm or pleasure, which may be just how you were made. The overstimulation of orgasm often will affect other nerves, and it's actually not uncommon either. Some people get very irritated afterwards, some people get so sedated that they can't function for hours. Some people get palpitations for hours. ...Read more
Depends:: You want to HAVE dizziness & nausea or NOT have dizziness & nausea? Sorry, that was irresistible. The dizziness and vomiting centers are located in the brainstem. They respond to a wide variety of stimuli in the body e.g. gastroenteritis, in the brain e.g. migraines or rotational movement or vestibular mismatch, & systemically e.g. cancer chemotherapy. ...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
Being overheated: Take your temperature. If it is high, that is greater than 101.3 than you need to take steps to get it down and also identify the cause. If you do have a fever, and are dizzy, see your doctor immediately, get hydrated and try taking Acetaminophen if you aren't allergic or have liver problems and can hold it down. ...Read more
Sure, but...: ...We're going to need a little more help from you. We can have your answer if you tell us the location of your nausea, its intensity, duration, timing (with meals, urination, stooling) & accompanying issues like fever, tenderness, vomiting, bleeding, etc, & circumstances (exposures, pregnant, stressed). Also, what tests have been done to exclude some possibilities? ...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
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
Dry: Your severe thirst may be an indication that you are way behind on your fluid balance. Your dizziness could be a further indication of that (by low blood pressure). Have you been vomiting? Producing an unusual amount of urine? At any rate, if you're unable to satisfy your thirst because of nausea, you may well need IV fluids. Don't wait til you're really sick before seeking medical care. ...Read more
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