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Tinnitus Dizziness Fatigue
What causes constant headaches, dizziness, numbness, pressure in head, weakness, fatigue, muscles aches, stuttering, brain fog, blurred vision?
Headaches: Headaches can be due to many things: dehydration (be sure drinking 64oz h20 each day), migraines, anxiety (breath into bag if current anxiety: talk to md if anxious), viruses (lyme, etc), new onset diabetes, autoimmune disorder, increased intracranial pressure/papilledema, brain tumor. See your md to be sure blood pressure and blood tests are normal. ...Read more
Antidepressants??: From your description, it appears that you have stopped or ran out of an ssri ( antidepressant/anxiety modulator medications)... These are common symptoms in that situation. If that is the case then please get back on your meds and consult your dr. If not then i suggest you see your physician for further evaluation to find out the underlying cause. Good luck and feel better. ...Read more
A long list: Many different things can potentially cause this constellation of symptoms that you describe, including: high blood pressure, anemia, very high blood sugar, abnormal thyroid function, abnormal electrolytes, and less often neurological illness. Given how nonspecific these symptoms are, it's important you have a thorough exam and evaluation by a physician. ...Read more
Number of things: Could be high blood pressure, stroke in the back of the brain, medication side effects, heart rhythm problems or simply benign vertigo. If headache and/ or dizziness is severe and symptoms are recent i would recommend going to the er. Otherwise see your doctor soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm experiencing dizziness, nausea, lightheadedness, migraines, vertigo, & blurred vision almost everyday. What's causing this?
Migraines: The migraines themselves could be causing these symptoms. See your neurologist to discuss treatment options if what you are using now is ineffective. ...Read more
Multiple symptoms: These multiple and diverse symptoms require a consultation and complete evaluation by your physician who will then order appropriate tests to diagnose the causes of these complaints. In addition to blood tests, xrays, ekg, breathing tests, neurology and opthalmology consultations may be needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible, but...: Possibly, but more likely due to other problems, especially at you age. Check with your doctor. ...Read more
Ideas? Symptoms; fatigue, hair loss/thinning, back/hip pain, headaches, weakness, memory laps, stuttering, vision changes, dizziness, feeling lost.
It can but: In your age group, it is more likely to be anemia, low blood pressure, or low blood sugar. Try eating more often, avoiding sweets which can make your sugar drop. Try to drink enough fluids to keep your urine a pale yellow color (if its clear, that's too dilute, drink less) and try to get more protein in your diet. If not better with that in a week or two, see your doctor. ...Read more
This constellation : Of symptoms requires further evaluation with your physician. ...Read more
Possibly: Many causes for this are possible. Seek a medical evaluation. ...Read more
Complex issue: Tinnitus is just the finding of ringing in the ears. It can be the result of damage to the inner ear or due to development of a tumor of the ear nerve. Sound trauma and head trauma can damage the inner ear and ear nerve and cause the complex of symptoms that you describe. You need a thorough evaluation with attention to the inner ear. ...Read more
It is time to see: A neurologist. Neurologists specialize in disease of and damage to the nervous system. Re.: make an appointment with your primary care physician to discuss whether a visit to a neurologist is warranted. Hope it helps... ...Read more
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