Top 20 Doctor insights on: Sudden nausea and chills
I have frequent occasions of sudden nausea, shaking and chills in the middle of the night, as well as random nausea throughout the day. Not pregnant.
Many possibilities: There are many possibilities that could explain why you're having the symptoms you describe, which could include infection, gastritis, anxiety, etc. The only way to know is to have a full evaluation done by your doctor. Please schedule an appointment with him/her ASAP so they can help you with figuring things out. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sudden migraine w/ nausea, fever/chills, disorientation, weakness + fainting, & chest pressure with growing sinus congestion & month-long neck pain?
Sudden nausea: Rapid onset of unpleasant sensation of needing to vomit. ...Read more
What might cause sudden nausea, loss of sight, inability to balance, and me to be close to passing out?
Go to the closest ER: You describe a stroke. Go to the nearest er. ...Read more
I have sudden nausea lasting less than a min. Several times during day, sometimes if suddenly active. No way I am pregnant?
Several options: Nausea, especially if associated with dizziness, can be very difficult to diagnose because so many things can cause it. Drops in blood pressure and blood sugar are two potential reasons, along with many other potential vascular problems. You should evaluate your diet and exercise programs as well and see your physician for a full workup. ...Read more
Sudden nausea followed by need to go number 2. Several times a day. Had a month ago for a week now it's back, Not diarrhoea. Hormonal? Otherwise fine
See doctor: If the problem recurs, you should consult your doctor. ...Read more
Was walking. Got pain on right side. Sudden nausea...Had to vomit. Felt better...was able to continue the walk. Any suggestions??
You need to be: Seen by a health care professional and examined. Lab work may be necessary. There is a chance this is from your gallbladder but there are other potentially more serious considerations. This cannot be diagnosed over the internet. ...Read more
Nausea: Yes. Especially "morning sickness" that tends to lessen as the day goes on. But viral gastroenteritis, drug allergy, biliary disease, sinus drainage, and a whole lot more can be associated with nausea. If concerned, test yourself on at least two occasions a week apart with a home pregnancy kit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For the past couple months, I get bad sudden nausea randomly throughout the day. I do not vomit though. Also, there is no way I'm pregnant. Help?
I have been having severe headaches, sudden nausea but it would last for a while. I can't seem to do anything without getting extremely tired. Help?
Lots of things-!: At 37 years old, sudden stomach pain and nausea can be new onset, recurrent, or chronic. If it is new, yes it could be just a gastroenteritis, but it could also be a gallstone, peptic ulcer-or even appendicitis. Therefore, if there is no improvement soon, please call your provider. ...Read more
Been diagnose with migraine and sinutithis now I have low body temp. And sudden nausea but on short period of time what should be my next move?
The presence of more than one distinct pathological condition in an individual. A fundamental principle based on evidence based medicine is the need to treat comorbid conditions concurrently.
Rec.: see your treating physician for treatment plan presentation. ...Read more
I have had a headache on/off for an hour, which I thought was from tight pony tail. Then I got sudden nausea on/off for 20 mins. What's wrong? Bad?
I've been having repeat panic attacks. I have a puke fear & when they start I get sudden nausea. But I've never puked from one. What causes this feeling?
Autonomic N.S.: Panic attacks feed the autonomic nervous system which controls bodily functions, such as digestion. The nauseous feeling arises from part of the digestive system, eg. Stomach, and tells the brain you feel nauseous. Since you fear vomiting and you feel nauseous, the panic attack gets much worse you should see a psychiatrist or psychologist trained to deal with panic attacks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer