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Queasy Stomach Headache
I am 7 weeks pregnant and experiencing horrible back pains, a queasy stomach feeling and headaches. Is there anything I can take to help this?
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
My friend is female (but male on the inside, transgendered) and he is experiencing nausea,headaches,stomach pains only at night, any help? He's 14
Talk with you parent: It is better you talk with your parents and go to see a Doctor for evaluation and treatment ...Read more
I have been experiencing weakness, headaches, lower abdomen pains, and nausea. Is this something to worry about?
Possibly: Weakness, headaches, lower abdomen pain, and nausea are all constitutional nonspecific signs and symptoms, which can indicate other serious underlying condition. Examination by her physician is the 1st step. ...Read more
Viral, but...: Most things that will give you those symptoms are viral illnesses like the stomach flu, etc. Should the symptoms not improve in the next few days or so or should they worsen you should see your md. Other more serious illnesses may begin with those symptoms but than worsen. Rest, stay hydrated and see someone if not improving. ...Read more
I have need having this headache, nausea feeling, neck stiffness, upper abdomen discomfort for the past 4 days.?
Those are vague &: Those are vague & non-specific symptoms that could indicate nothing more than a viral illness ("flu"). However, if these symptoms persist or worsen, leave you totally incapacitated, or if new symptoms develop, you should see a doctor. A good history, physical exam & appropriate diagnostic tests should provide the right diagnosis & treatment plan. Best wishes. Dr. Anne. ...Read more
I have had headaches, nausea/stomach aches for the past 2 days, last thing I ate was mcdonalds. What could it be?
Stomach ache: Several etiologies. Could be the grease or high fat content that has pest your system. You could also have a touch of food poisoning. If you have fever, chills or bloody diarrhea go to the er. Otherwise, take it easy on your stomach- try crackers, broth, dry cereal, toast and plenty of water. ...Read more
Right side of abdomen swollen but no pain. Sharp pain around belly button, pain on lower left back but tends to spread to the right. Headache, nausea?
Examination needed: Because of rather diffuse symptoms, a physician would have take a thorough history and perform a physical examination in order to make a differential diagnosis. Appropriate tests will be ordered. Pain in the navel can be due to a small umbilical hernia. Lower back discomfort may be musculoskeletal in origin or be due to a urinary tract disorder. Headache, nausea are nonspecific.?viral ...Read more
I've had pain in my lower abdomen on and off. Now I have a large boil w nausea, headaches and tired feeling. Are these related? Should i be concerned?
Not sure: Not sure if they are related — where is the boil located? If you have a large boil that is red, hot, tender and you have nausea with it then I would see your doctor — the infection likely needs to be drained for it to get better. ...Read more
XRay and scan:
Many disorders can cause a mass in an abdomen.
From benign gas to tumors. Waist no time; see a medical doctor. ...Read more
I'm having really bad cramping in lower back and abdomen also headaches and nausea and really light spotting?
Really bad headaches and stomach aches which occur together. What is causing this? Nausea sometimes occurs along with it. :(I'm worried. What is it?
Together? migraine: In such a case, the diagnosis is not always clear, but you must consider migraine headache. This is a pulsing or pounding headache that lasts for hours or days. It is often associated with sensitivity to light or sound, and nausea and sometimes vomiting occur with it. During a migraine the stomach empties more slowly and some people have abdominal pain at the same time. ...Read more
I started the jenny craig program a week ago, and I have been having stomach pain, nausea and headaches. Can the food cause this?
Yes: Your symptoms sound like they may be due to an intolerance to soy. Pre-made food products such as jenny craig often contain a fair amount of soy. Try to avoid the products containing soy and see if the symptoms go away. ...Read more
I have a sharp stinging pain in my lower right abdomen, worsens when sitting/laying/moving. Have had nausea, headache, fatigue for three days.
Consider this...: Causes of recurrent abdominal discomfort as described may be identified by first addressing signs/symptoms to localize the organ involved: in women: vaginal discharge or bleeding, alteration in periods, pregnancy risk? Fever, nausea, vomiting, altered stool pattern, blood with stool, tenderness, distension? Painful urination, blood in urine? Recent trauma, herniation? Stressors? Other risks? ...Read more
I'm having persistent and constant headaches. Nausea and pain in my stomach and I'm lightheaded whenever I stand up. Feels like the room spinning.
CONSIDERATIONS: Migraine headaches can be associated with paroxymal vertigo, but your positional provocation raises questions of a spinal fluid leak, positional vertigo, or even blood pressure drop on standing. Do you have a medication reaction, or anemia, or low thyroid fnctn? This needs evaluation. See your doctor. ...Read more
Stomach hurts nausea headaches dizzyness and some chest pains what could it be had a hysterectomy fell on my stomach a few days after wards it had 12/?
Reflux esophagitis is a condition that causes symptoms like chest discomfort, nausea and can also be causing headache.
Hysterectomy and falling on the stomach can have a correlation and needs a good examination of the stomach. If the stoch examination reveals no problems then most likely it is reflux issues. See your doctor as soon as possible and good luck. ...Read more
Intense pain in centre of abdomen post fever chills sweats body aches. Pain lasted for 4 days. Couldn't eat. Pain is gone now but nausea and headache?
Exam advised: Fever, sweats, chills, body aches followed by four days of midabdominal pain is concerning and this may have been an intestinal viral infection especially if diarrhea ensued. Even though the pain has subsided you still have symptoms which could be part of the viral infection, but see your physician if you still feel quite ill or if any abdominal pain recurs as appendicitis would be a concern ...Read more
I am 22 and have recently experienced nausea, hot flashes, headaches, trouble sleeping, and weird stomach feeling.
Hi. The past two days I have felt really tired, stomach aches, nausea Thursday and this morning. Loss of appetite and headaches?
Infection?Pregnant?: What you describe could be the beginning of a viral syndrome that later could involve the respiratory system, An intestinal viral or bacterial infection could cause your problem as well. Pregnancy is a possibility and should be ruled out before taking any medication. You can go to the pharmacy and get a pregnancy test kit. You should go and see a physician for full diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Lately I sleep alot I pee alot and I get more nausea than usual. I have headaches and mild cramps in my lower abdomen. Is this normal?
Pain in lower abdomen, vomiting, high temps of 40.1, nausea, shakes, feinting, cough and headaches?
Need an evaluation: You have to get ahead of this and right now you are losing. Please get an evaluation and treatment immediately without any delay. Your life may depend on how fast you do so. ...Read more
Nipples tender to any touch. Nausea feeling. Stomach pains and severe headaches. What's wrong with me?
Pregnancy possible?: Unless it is totally impossible (you haven't had sex and your partner has not "come" near your vagina), make sure you're not pregnant. Some women also have those symptoms as part of their premenstrual syndrome, during the 1-2 weeks before their periods. The stomach pains and nausea could also mean an infection. Get a gyn exam to be sure! ...Read more
Symptoms x 5 days of nausea, vomiting, headache, and now small lump in abdomen . No fever . Male 47 y/o good health.?
Need to see a docto: Could be a surgical abdomen or an infection any dangerous options. ...Read more
No period 5 months, not sexually active, wokeup in the night had really bad abdomen/pelvis pain n headache n feel sick, nausea?
Seek medical: Evaluation. There can be several reasons you have stopped menstruating. If you are not on OCPs or pregnant, then it would be wise to get checked out by your doctor ...Read more
For two weeks I've been experiencing hot flashes, severe stomach pains, headaches, nausea, dizziness, and loss of appetite. What could cause this?
Hot flashes: You might be pregnant. Check yourself out by buying a pregnancy test. ...Read more
Recently diagnosed with GERD and taking Prilosec as directed. Chronic headaches, nausea and stomach pains. Don't think it's gerd. What could it be?
Hard to say, but...: Hard to say, but it will be interesting to stop the Prilosec for a few days and see which and/or how many of your symptoms resolve. You might also want to stop smoking too. ...Read more
Extreme discomfort in lower abdomen, terrible gas, headaches, slight nausea that come and go every day for the past 2 weeks. Xray shows nothing. Help.
X-Ray rarely does: Symptoms you report are very consistent with intestinal upset, often driven/confounded by life stress reactions. Possible infections (but does not mean that antibiotics will help), etc. X-Ray: something Doc can order quickly for so-called "ruling-out" something a lot more serious/rare, but is rarely helpful/useful & your body has received added radiation for which there is no known safe dose. ...Read more
Nausea, headaches (mild-moderate), dizziness, upset stomach, and sort of blurry vision. Why could this be happening?
Possible migraine: Headaches with nausea, dizziness and blurred vision shoudl be medically evaluated for possibility of migraine — this can respond well to a number of different medicatiosn — people sometimes seem to respond to one type of med for migraine better than others. Any new, persisting, worsening, severe, or multisymptom headache should be medically evaluated. ...Read more