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Nausea AND sizzynes:
All seems to point towards the middle ear, or other neurological disorder. You should go to see an ENT specialist, or a neurologist.
Often individuals with balance disorders feel dizzy, faint or light-headed. However, some people have the sensation that they’re floating or going to fall, while still others have confusion or trouble standing and walking. Sometimes balance disorders are accompanied by nausea or vomiting (vertigo).
Due to the complexity of balance disorders, a multi-disciplinary approach to diagnosis and treatment is often required. Patients may be given a thorough series of highly specialized tests such as video nystagmography (VNG), which tests the inner ear and how the brain utilizes this information to maintain balance. Additionally, exams of inner ear, hearing tests, a review of medications and other assessments are given as needed.
Many times, patients can be treated without surgery, but those who do require surgery will have care provided by a team of specialists. Other treatments may involve vestibular rehabilitation, which helps the brain readjust and recalibrate to an injury, dietary changes (especially for patients with Ménière’s disease) and drug therapy which may include anti-emetics to reduce nausea and vomiting. ...Read more
Possible teeth grind: It is possible that you are grinding your teeth. Your dentist should be able to diagnose if that is the case. Treatment is painless and relatively quick with a properly designed orthotic. ...Read more
Meditation/exercise: Trained aerobic exercisers recover more quickly from random anxiety, as do meditators (see "relaxation response"). These actions work both to prevent random bouts of anxiety and to alleviate them quickly when they occur. In addition, revising any identifiable anxiogenic thoughts provides relief. Avoid thinking in catastrophic ways. Manage smaller pieces of complicated challenges. Be courageous! ...Read more
Not always random: Normal vaginal discharge is called leukorrhea. It is composed of cellular debris, vaginal secretions ; bacteria ; is stimulated by ^ vaginal blood flow ; ^ estrogen. ^ is seen w ovulation ; pregnancy. It can be thin or thick ; white to yellowish. Leukorrhea usually doesn't cause an odor. If you have an odor which causes redness, itching, burning, swelling or foul odor – please have it evaluated. ...Read more
Reason for cough?: Check with your doctor before you start purchasing otc medications or go with homeopathic/herbal or other concoctions. Cough could be post nasal drip mucus (upper respiratory) versus cough-wheezing (lower-asthma-bronchitis). Give a good history of when it began, what times of day are worse, associated symptoms, what you have given. ...Read more
Multiple causes: If you are getting a lot of stomach aches tell your parents and have them take you to your pediatrician. Stomacjes can come from viruses, infections, stress and worry. Sometimes we have a lot of stomach juice as well and it makes the upper part of the stomach burn. I would have your pediatrician see you ...Read more
Perimenopause: Too much stress in your life or work can lead to outburst. In your age group, perimenopause and hormonal imbalances can sometimes lead to feeling of despair or 'outbursts'. Either your mental specialist or obgyn can do a preliminary workup. Have in mind also the possibility of mental disorders affecting you. ...Read more
Diagnosis: There is no such thing as random bad result when it comes to diagnosing diabetes. You can't diagnose diabetes by just one test. Per guideline, you need at least two tests consistent with diabetes before the diagnosis can be made. There is always a chance for lab error so if you are worried, get the test or tests repeated. ...Read more
Blood, urine: I assume when you say creatinine, you meant creatinine levels in the blood. Urine random creatinine measures creatinine concentration in that urine sample. It is expressed as mg/ml. Creatinine level in blood is exprssed as mg/dl. Normal urine creatinine excretion in men- is about 15-20mg/kg in 24 hrs depending on the body size, muscle mass. ...Read more
Below 140: But there are a lot of variables that can affect this - how long ago someone ate, how much they ate, the mix of carbs, fat, and protein, as well as the mix of simple and complex carbs. For this reason, a fasting blood sugar is preferred for determine whether or not someone has diabetes. ...Read more
Below 180 mg/dL:
A random glucose greater than 200 mg/dL is diabetes. If you wish to test your blood glucose, you should do that after an 8 hour fast. Or you may measure A1c. Visit this site for more info:
http://www. Webmd. Com/diabetes/tc/criteria-for-diagnosing-diabetes-topic-overview ...Read more
Excessive daytime sleepiness is a symptom related to sleep apnea or other sleep related breathing disorders.
A questionaire can provide more information and might indicate a need for a sleep study. Treatment can then be instituted. This is a common but serious problem and can be treated. ...Read more
Difficult to say: It is normal for there to be minute repositioning movements that are involuntary. This is called physiologic nystagmus. Other types of eye movement disorders are also possible. In order to know whether your eye movements are normal physiologic nystagmus or abnormal requires an eye exam. ...Read more
Rule out medical: Fatigue can be a result of many different variables. The first thing you should do is have a comprehensive medical workup to be sure there is no underlying medical condition. In the event you are medically cleared, then you can begin thinking about some other things- are you stressed? Are you getting enough sleep? Are you potentially suffering from a psychological issue? ...Read more
Yes: For a non fasting level, it's excellent. Good work. ...Read more