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Nausea Every Night
Comorbidity?: Two separate issues: 1. Chest tightness/pain is a serious medical condition. It is always a red flag and appointment with your pcp is warranted. 2 chronic migraine is a complex neurologic disorder. Headache, vertigo, visual disturbances nausea, sensitivity to light or sound, paresthesias and even chest pain may be present during the episodes. Rec. See a headache specialist for evaluation. ...Read more
Reoccurring headaches at night not every night but atleast 4 times a week and hot flashes and sweating during the day?
Every night I suffer nausea, chills or fever with out temperature, shakes and gas. But it's only at night?
Concerning: Those are symptoms that definitely raise concern. Recurrent chills and sweats raise concern on a number of topics. Rather than list a bunch of possibilities which will be impossible to narrow down in this forum I am going to say a visit to a good primary care doctor is in order. Important things to look for are fatigue, weight loss, poor appetite, muscle aches, enlarged glands, rashes, or cough. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been throwing up periodically every hour (at first) and then every other hour since last night 7PM. Slight chills, aches. Food poisoning? Flu?
Sudden nausea daily, diarrhea mostly daily, constipation every once in a while. Been waking in middle of night dizzy, nauseous, sweats what's causing?
Listen to your body: Something is bothering your autonomic nervous system. Make sure you are not pregnant or iron deficient from heavy periods. Eat 6 equal healthy meals with fresh vegetables, fruit, high quality protein, and whole grains and beans to keep blood sugar and blood pressure stable. Exercise to improve circulation to brain and body. Manage stress skillfully. Sleep 7-8 hours. Avoid tobacco and alcohol. ...Read more
Take zoloft200mg and magnesium every night keep waking up every 2-3hours. Next day fill terrible headaches all day also quit drinking coffee 5 days ag?
Maybe IBS, but...: The GI tract has a very limited # of symptoms to signal its distress--nausea/vomiting, diarrhea/constipation, bloating, pain, fullness, bleeding, etc. As you know, many of these characterize ibs, but are also seen with inflammatory, infectious, ischemic, malabsorptive, and functional disorders. Directed lab work, imaging, biopsies, stool studies are appropriate in excluding non-ibs pathology. ...Read more
Lots possible here: Vomiting reflex is controlled by 2 units in brain medulla--one receives nerve impulses from GI tract, the other is a chemical receptor. Both have nerve connections to not only GI tract (pharynx, mesenteric vessels, bile ducts) but also from brain corticobulbar areas that mediate smells, sights, & taste. Maybe you have gastritis, but maybe your symptoms have little to do with GI tract. Get checked. ...Read more
Please see doctor: "stomach pain" can be caused by lots of things & may indeed originate outside the GI tract. Further evaluation is in order before anyone can answer "what to do." your doctor will want to re-examine you as well as know the quality, timing, duration, location, & associations (eating, position, activity, stooling, urinating) of your pain to better direct the next appropriate testing. ...Read more
There can be many: Possible causes. Please see a concise overview at www.Ehow.Com/info_7999511_causes-night-chills.Html night chills are a feeling of coldness with shivering, sometimes followed by paleness and fever. It is a result of a change in the body's core temperature. Best wishes.:. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Every morning i wake up feeling like i'm hungover. I have headache, fatigue, nausea and vomiting. Why?
Migraine?: Migraine is a complex neurologic disorder. Headache, vertigo, visual disturbances nausea, sensitivity to light or sound, and paresthesias may be present during the episodes. You also may experience excessive lacrimation, nasal congestion, sweating, flushing and cutaneous vasomotor effects. Rec.: see your pcp for evaluation and diagnosis. ...Read more
Anything: You can have sleep problems from snoring, apnea, restless legs, poor sleep hygeine, anxiety/depression, napping during the day, night seizures, noises in the neighborhood waking you up, bed bugs, waking up to use the bathroom, acid reflux, allergies, or any number of things. I recommend seeing a doctor to get checked out. ...Read more
Periodic severe nausea with headache + sweating in evening. Happened every night for the past 7 days. Hungry and thirsty a lot. What's causing this?
Nondiagnostic: More information is needed in order to make a diagnosis. Reactive hypoglycemia comes to mind as a possibility. Some people develop low blood sugar a few hours after eating carbohydrates as their pancreas secretes insulin which lowers their blood sugar too much. However your physician will take a thorough history and perform a thorough physical examination as well as order appropriate tests ...Read more
Potentially serious: Repetetive stomach pain can be a symptom of an ulcer or other significant problem. Most all are treatable. Suggest you consult a gastroenterologist if you have health coverage. If not, trial of otc Pepcid (famotidine) may be helpful, thoough not a substitute for seeing a physician. ...Read more