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What Conditions Could Cause A Migraine With Vertigo And Squeezing Heart Pain
Chronic fatigue, tiredness, general "out of it" feeling, back/flank pain, GERD, IBS, migraine headaches, palpitations, waking from sleep with racing heart, low vitamin d levels, ferritin level of 14, TSH fluctuations; what could this be?
Several: There is a close relationship between migraine and vertigo so that it actually is named mav or migraine associated vertigo. The vertigo can be benign positional vertigo or meniere's disease. Motion sickness is also more common in those with migraine.There is also a relationship between migraine and panic attacks. Panic attacks are commonly associated with vertigo and with chest tightness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
26 y/o woman, exercise 5-6 days a week, 16% body fat. Sometimes after i exercise I have heart pain, dizziness and shortness of breath. Is this normal?
Occasional 'catches' of breath like all air has gone from my chest, lasts 5 secs & with dizziness. Light heart pain. Flutters too. ECG, bloods fine.
Tachycardia: It sounds like you may be having short bursts of tachycardia (likely SVT in view of your age). A heart rate of 180-220 is common, may only last a few seconds, and would produce all the symptoms you describe. Ask your doctor for a 30 day event monitor exam to nail the diagnosis. It's easily treatable. Meanwhile, avoid nicotine and caffeine. ...Read more
Constant fatique. Bumps on legs and now tummy. Constant migraines again. Heart pain. Heart palpitations. Random sharp pains. Try going back to doctor?
Shut down: your computer now and call for a medical examination, evaluation, treatment and diagnosis. Your symptoms are serious and require examination. ...Read more
I hv migraine & sometimes dizziness with head movemnts. I also constantly feel like my heart is beating(like actual heart beat) inside head. No pain.
Bppv: migraine sufferer is at higher risk for BPPV which causes positional vertigo (due to a dislodged stone in your ear). it is fixed by an Epley maneuver. alternatively you could be having a vestibular migraine where vertigo is part of it and is not going to be improved by an Epley. you need to talk to a neurologist to adress all this and consider prophylactic medication if your headaches are frequent ...Read more
Diabetes link: Diabetes mellitus can cause frequent urination if untreated and increase the risk for a heart attack. Do you have other risk factors for cardiovascular disease? Family history, high ldl, smoking, htn, obesity, sedentary lifestyle, high alcohol intake? Check with your physician for a complete history and physical. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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