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Thyroid Nausea Puffy Face
My anti-tpo ab is high (380) .tsh,t4,t3 (liothyronine) is normal. i have a puffy face, eyes and the right side of my neck is puffy. i feel sick. Is that hashimoto?
See an internist: Many vague constellation of symptoms require a good physical. ...Read more
Should i seek medical attetion now about a month ago i fell and hit the back of my head and I have an on going head acke a week or so after i started having neck pain that never goes away and nausea along with the neck pain i can't make a sudden turn with
Hello. : Hello. Symptoms of a concussion can include: headache, nausea, vomiting, confusion, blurred vision, slurred speech, weakness, feeling dazed, numbness, lack of coordination, problems with short term memory, dizziness as well as repeating things over and over. You can develop a concussion with or without loss of consciousness. I do recommend that you be medically evaluated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've had a constant dull headache at the top of the back of my head extending to top of neck. it's been there for 3 days, accompanied w nausea.
It sounds: like you may have a PINCHED NERVE in the upper neck (cervical Spine) between C2-C3 or C3-C4, Use MOIST HEAT alternating with ICE on the back of your neck Avoid sleeping on PILLOWS for the next night or two (THIS MAY BE HOW YOU "STARTED" THE PROBLEM IN THE FIRST PLACE!) Symptoms persist over weekend or start getting worse it s time to contact (or see) your PCP (Primary Care Provider) Hope this help ...Read more
I have constant headaches that last multiple days, usually with nausea. The pain starts in my neck but then moves to my entire head. Please help!
Cervicogenic HA: Cervicogenic headache is one of the most unusual headaches because the pain truly isn’t in the head. Cervicogenic headache is referred pain perceived in the head from a source in the neck. Treatments include blocks, physical therapy, Botox injections, and medications. Physical therapy and breathing exercises produce the best results. See pain management specialist for source of the pain treatment ...Read more
Have been bedridden for two years with severe neck and back of head pain accompanied by constant nausea from hell.
Need more details: Have you been examined by a doctor? A medical examination can tell us what is the diagnosis. Unless you know the diagnosis it is difficult to tell you anything useful./So go see a good doctor to find the cause of your head and neck pains. I hope it is not migraine headaches? That can cause a lot of nausea with your headache. But there is good treatment for migraine if you consult a neurologist. ...Read more
I just hit my head hard. My eyes are teary and foggy my head and neck hurt pretty bad I feel foggy and I'm a little a nauseas. Should I be worried?
I am having a pressure feeling in me head with dizziness & nausea. I also have a stiff neck but no headache. This started 3 days ago. What can it be?
Many things: The symptoms you describe can be due to MANY things. Some benign, some concerning. Best to see doctor for evaluation to help sort out if this is something that can be watched or needs further testing and evaluation. Sorry this is not more helpful. Best of luck. Dr R ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Woke up yesterday morning @ 1am w/ headache in back of head that is getting worse. Nauseas & no sensitivity to light & sound, neck stiff? Appt tomorro
Keep appt: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with his doctor. In that meeting, his doctor will listen to him, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell him what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Exam: cannot be diagnosed here: consult your physician for exam, evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Nerve impingement: can be caused by being sandwiched between two spinal bones, pressed by a bulging disc. It can cause muscle spasm and back pain. This condition must be professionally managed. See an interventional pain management specialist for definitive diagnosis and management. See your dentist for tooth pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have pain in Back going up my neck and into head, Also eyes are very sore and a bit of nausea. What can be the cause?
Hard to say: Without a detailed history and thorough examination . If you are already under the care of a physician , I would suggest starting from there , so he may address your other issues to come out with a more effective treatment plan. You might need to see a neurologist( for headaches ) or a psychiatrist (for anxiety, PTSD) and other related issues . ...Read more
Warm wierd sensation at the back of the head and neck and sometimes back. No fever though. Also have some nausea but that maybe due to junk food. ?
Hit my head in hit and runyesterday and now have massive headache nausea extreme exhausten and a very sore neck. What's wrong?
Hard to say: It may be a simple as just post concussion related issues but without examining you it's difficult to say. If the trauma was significant, it still could be something more concerning and you'd be best suited by seeking a formal in-person evaluation with medical professional(s). ...Read more
I sometimes wake up shortly after falling asleep with pressure moving from back of neck to over top of head and nausea. What is it?
Well, that can be: Tough. Do you grind your teeth at night? That can cause tension in back of neck. The nausea is hard to explain but try some zantac (ranitidine). U may be having some sort of unusual migraine in which case sumatryptan would help, gotta make sure sinuses ok. Check out terms bruxism, esophageal reflux. Do you have insomnia badly with ow energy levels and occasional crying spells? Could be part of mood? ...Read more
R sided migraine x 3days, neck pain, photophobia, nausea and pain worsens when standing or turning head to right. 10/10 pain and worst HA ever. ?
Hi I've had a lump on the back left side of my neck for over a year now. It's causing me very bad head aches and nausea. Is this reason to worry?
Go see your doc: It is nearly impossible to answer this question without physically examining this lump. Best to go see your doctor to make sure it is nothing to worry. Hope you feel better soon! ...Read more