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What Can Cause Nausea And Headaches
Also called cephalalgia, is pain anywhere in the region of the head or neck, & can be a symptom of a number of conditions affecting those areas. It originates from pain-sensitive structures such as cranium, muscles, nerves, vessels, subcutaneous tissues, eyes, ears, sinuses & mucous membranes. It is non-specific symptom & can be primary such as tension ha, or secondary ...Read more
Probably unrelated: Retinal holes are usually causes by physical problems within the eye, such as the vitreous gel pulling on the retina and causing a tear. Most cases of retinal holes are of unknown cause and are not usually associated with medical conditions. Symptoms of nausea, headache and sinus pain could be anything from migraine to influenza, and a medical examination would be needed to diagnose and treat. ...Read more
No but yes!?: I do acupuncture and adjustments and see this often. Meaning ... The patient is really bent out of whack. Janet g. Travell who is the myofascial tissue matriarch would say that the movement of certain muscles will cause pain and nausea. It is a function of how the txmt triggers anxiety and pain. In txmt shock, u hv nausea, dizziness and sweats. Add magnesium and acupuncture! don't fear. ...Read more
Can turbinate hypertrophy cause nausea and headaches? Problem has been slowly getting worse for weeks. Head CT 2 weeks ago, doctor said sinuses normal
Enlarged Turbinates: Hello, hypertrophic turbinates will cause a nasal airway compromise which could lead to an increased resistance of your nasal airflow. This in turn could cause a sleep disorder and thus the headache. Migranes are often associated with nausea. Other than this link, it is unlikely that the hypertrophic turbs are directly leading to headaches and nausea. ...Read more
Many answers...: Answers spanning from benign (most common in the young) to serious (realatively uncommon if "all the time", more likely if very new). The only way to know what is happening for you is for you to have evaluation. ...Read more
Many things: What you describe could be simple tension and anxiety; or the back pain could be due to degenerative spine disease, and the pain might then give you headache. It is possible for a brain tumor to give you headache and nausea, but not usually low back pain. These 3 don't easily fit together as a set of symptoms which have a single cause. Consult your doctor for more information and reassurance. ...Read more
I've been getting headaches every day now for weeks. They are occasionally accompanied by waves of nausea. What could be the cause and what can I do?
Need more Info: Headaches are best characterized by description. More info would be helpful. Character, location, precipitating factors, relieving factors, associated symptoms will help your doctor diagnose. He may add MRI or ct or other tests to better define your problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are possible causes and remedies for early morning headache and nausea once or twice a week in a 60 year old woman with no major medical problems?
Need check up: There are many possible causes for your symptoms, but you must get a full evaluation by your doctor to rule out some of the more serious conditions. Please don't ignore this. Also, you should have a carbon monoxide detector in your home. ...Read more
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