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What can I do if I have prolonged fatigue, nausea, and head spinning?

What can I do if I have prolonged fatigue, nausea, and head spinning?

Brain disorder: Three thoughts come to mind. First is side effects of medications you may be taking. Second would be lack of quality sleep. Third would be direct effects on brain function either inflammation (encephalitis) or pressure (pseudo tumor). A thorough medical evaluation would be appropriate. ...Read more

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I'm a 23 years-old female. I sometimes feel nausea, dizzy, heavy on left chest, and head spinning around. I also sweat but feel cold. What's wrong?

I'm a 23 years-old female. I sometimes feel nausea, dizzy, heavy on left chest, and head spinning around. I also sweat but feel cold. What's wrong?

Anxiety attack: The most common cause of the symptoms you describe is an anxiety attack. Medicines, counseling, and various therapies can help greatly. There are other potentially serious conditions that need to be ruled out, so go see your doctor. ...Read more

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I keep getting episodes of dizziness & nausea especially after I eat. Have to walk in circles to stop head spinning & prevent vomiting. Help?

I keep getting episodes of dizziness & nausea especially after I eat. Have to walk in circles to stop head spinning & prevent vomiting. Help?

See doctor: This is not normal in a 19 year old. Please see a doctor as soon as possible. Make sure you are drinking plenty of water and avoiding alcohol and tobacco. You may be anemic or having some other problem that can be corrected but you need and exam and blood work to sort this out. ...Read more

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I wana know is it something related to heart i mean feeling nausea head spinning, low blood pressure? Wht these all indicates

I wana know is it something related to heart i mean feeling nausea head spinning, low blood pressure? Wht these all indicates

hard to say: Head spinning ; nausea could certainly be due to low BP but could be due to other things as well. Do you for sure have low bp? If so, do you have fever? If so, it is potentially more serious and should be addressed by a doctor soon. Without fever, consider: vertigo - a spinning feeling with nausea due to inner ear inflammation or infection. Do you have hearing loss and/or buzzing in 1 ear? ...Read more

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When sitting down in a seat and putting my head down, nausea comes up into my chest. Vertigo?

When sitting down in a seat and putting my head down, nausea comes up into my chest. Vertigo?

Possibly GERD or OH: I think of 2 things which could cause nausea by placing the head down. One would be reflux of acid into the esophagus and the 2nd is benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. Also, depends on what you mean by "head down"-- do you mean as in reclining back in the chair or placing head forward on the lap or between legs? ...Read more

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Fell hit my head, having vertigo a month later pressure and nausea?

Fell hit my head, having vertigo a month later pressure and nausea?

Exam: May be suffering a mild concussion. This will require eval by your Dr to determine, but usually are self-resolving. Best Wishes Read: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001802/ ...Read more

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I'm very concerned, my mother is complaining about hot and cold sensations in one half of her head, heaviness, vertigo, nausea. What could be wrong?

Vertigo?: Vertigo and nausea tend to occur with peripheral vertigo. This is not the only cause, but it is easy to diagnose. It would cause someone to feel dizzy in particular with head rotation, nodding or bending over. Feeling hot/cold on half the head is not very helpful. If she could not feel hot or cold, or a toothpick touch her skin, then this could be a more important case that requires a visit ...Read more

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(Sneezed) followed by Dizziness/vertigo, pressure in my head, nausea, sweating.

Vertigo?: Did you have it just briefly after the sneeze, or do you still have it? It is not necessarily serious. You could take an antihistamine. That may help. If it is significant or persistent, you can see your doctor for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more

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Sudden onset vertigo pressure in my head headache almost collapsing weak body only last a minute or 2 then trembling n headache n nausea?

Vertigo: Vestibular issues of the inner ear, with something as minor as some congestion build up in the inner ear can wreak havoc on your balance system and cause your symptoms. It is often self-limiting and will resolve on its own, but if it persists, than see an ENT dr. Best wishes. ...Read more

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