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What Causes Vertigo After Eating
What can cause dizziness, followed by vertigo and vomiting? Happens mostly after eating, or turning my head left or right. Occasional ringing in ears.
Too much sugar: Yup...Get a more detailed answer ›
What would cause dizziness and nausea after eating? No.matter the food or amount. Especially with spicy food.
Gastroparesis?: Abdominal pain after eating follow by vomiting and heartburn in young female might be cause by a lazy stomach, condition called gastroparesis, but you are a bit younger for normal presentation. I will recommend you to go see a gastroenterologist to determine the cause of your symptoms sooner than later, before it gets worse. ...Read more
Gastritis: There is concern instead for a stomach ulcer, which may be bleeding and causing anemia. This can cause a drop in blood pressure, as well as dizziness. You need your hemoglobin checked today (stat). See a doctor ASAP, either in the ER or an urgent care, or perhaps a HealthTap doctor can order your test if you dizziness has resolved. ...Read more
Hypoglycemia : Is very common during pregnancy. Try to avoid refined sugar.When you do have sugar, eating protein and complex carbs along with it should help. Talk to your physician about this dizziness. There can be other causes. Drink plenty of water. Gestational diabetes has no symptoms. ...Read more
Can lack of sleep cause dizziness, lack of balance, as well as nausea (vomit after eating)? Thanks!
Internship memories!: I think you'll find your answers best addressed by a well-researched recent article in Time magazine about sleep disorders, nightmares, and post-traumatic stress. I recommend after reviewing the article that you ask your physician to direct you to the local sleep medicine specialist who can provide diagnostic and therapeutic options. ...Read more
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