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Why Do I Feel Nausea All The Time
Not sure: Tiredness or fatigue has a very long differential diagnosis. Some possibilities are anemia, hypothyroidism, depression, not getting enough sleep @ night, being on too many medications or using too many other drugs/alcohol, etc. Your family doctor is the best professional to help you you figure out what's going on your own individual case. Good luck! ...Read more
Fatigue and Aching: My first thought is that you very well may be aging into the metabolic syndrome also known as male menopause. If your physician has ruled out thyroid disease, diabetes, anemia, and other common diseases it may behoove you to get a testosterone test. Genetically it is possible to enter menopause as early as your late 30s. ...Read more
Sick and tired:
Surely you do not expect us to divine this from the information you have given. Use all the room you have to expand.
Most that i seen in my practice of difficult HTN have Conn's Syndrome. Look it up and get back with us. ...Read more
Adrenline: Everyone gets anxious. In the wild, when threatened, adrenaline optimizes the body's ability to deal with the threat by rerouting blood flow from digestive track to muscle and brain while pupils are dilated to improve vision, etc. This is called the fight or flight response. Now when threatened we are expected to sit still and all that physical energy manifests as anxiety and even panic. ...Read more
Why does my stomach hurt all the time and why do I have headaches and i feel like i'm going to puke but i don't?
Need evaluation: Headache could be due to stress or could be due other serious conditions especially if associated with other symptoms like temporal arteritis, brain tumor and pseudotumor cerebritis. Abdomen can be related to gastritis l or peptic ulcer disease of other abd diseases. See aprimary care physician for evaluation. ...Read more
Lots possible here: Vomiting reflex is controlled by 2 units in brain medulla--one receives nerve impulses from GI tract, the other is a chemical receptor. Both have nerve connections to not only GI tract (pharynx, mesenteric vessels, bile ducts) but also from brain corticobulbar areas that mediate smells, sights, & taste. Maybe you have gastritis, but maybe your symptoms have little to do with GI tract. Get checked. ...Read more
Talk to someone.: Try to find out the cause of your sadness. Are you grieving? Blue? Stressed? Talk to someone to get some perspective. If not family or friends, try a physician that you trust. ...Read more
Problems with sleep: There are many causes of poor sleep such as sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome, etc. Medications and various medical and psychiatric problems can also affect sleep or make you feel sleepy. Your doctor can review your symptoms and decide what further diagnosis and treatment might help. ...Read more
Need to be checked: Chronic back pain in younger individuals can be a symptom of serious conditions of the spine and other structures. I suggest you see a physician and be checked for inflammatory conditions of the spine, internal organs as well as mechanical causes of low back pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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