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Why Do I Feel Nausea From Concentrating Intensely
Curious question...: Many GI symptoms have their origins in the central nervous system. I knew a prof of GI at johns hopkins, where did most training, who became a brilliant psychiatrist, after realizing the brain/mind was often the source of sx. Evolutionarily, I believe the epigastrium ('solar plexus') was the original brain. What r u intense about? Suspect the answer is north of the equator. See gp, if can find one. ...Read more
I'm experiencing lightheadedness, trouble concentrating, nausea, when I stand or sit, but feel better after laying down should I be concerned?
Many reasons: There can be many reasons for this. A common reason includes orthostatic hypotension from dehydration, in which case adequate hydration and getting up slowly and pausing for 15-30 seconds before walking may help. Another reason can be new medications. If this persists or gets worse, you should see your PCP. Further reading: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/dizzinessandvertigo.html ...Read more
Dizziness, SOB, parathesia, prroblems concentrating, fatigue, feeling slowed down & foggy, nausea — can these be signs of pernicious anemia?
Maybe but others: Would have to discuss other options as well. Would need to know your clinical evaluation and laboratory results. ...Read more
Concussion april 22 still experience dizziness headaches nausea trouble concentrating insomnia neurologist taking me off amitriptyline what can I do?
Really bad headaches (migraine?), dizziness, nausea, trouble concentrating, weakness in arms, changes in vision, etc... Could it be a brain tumor?
Bad headache: The answer would depend largely on how long have you had this type of headache. If this is a pattern you have had for many years, then the chances of some type oof pathology are low. If it is a very recent onset, then it should be investigated by a qulified headache specialist. ...Read more
Various reasons: Nausea after eating could be due to gallstones, ulcer, gastroparesis (inability for the stomach to quickly empty), cancer, stress, gastritis, side effects of medications, among others. To delineate cause, go see your doctor who will perform a history, exam, and perhaps order tests to help make a diagnosis. ...Read more
Pregnant?: The combination of abnormal bleeding and nausea can be signs of early pregnancy including an abnormal pregnancy like a tubal pregnancy or threatened miscarriage. If a pregnancy test is negative, other causes of extra hormones can cause those symptoms, like an ovarian cyst after ovulation that doesn't go away in the normal time frame. It's best to see your doctor. ...Read more
Sick stomach: Could be due to different reasons: stomach flu, too much acid, among others. Any fever or other symptoms? Any change in diet, medications or supplements? Think about what's different since your nausea started. See your doc so you can sort this out together and come up with a good plan. Hope you're feeling better soon. ...Read more
Is a headache caused by sexual activity. There are two types of sexual headache. One right before or during the orgasm. The second one is during the orgasm and may linger for a few hours. Both are harmless headaches.
Rec.: see a headache or orofacial pain specialist to rule out underlying condition. ...Read more
Nausea: Is a well-known, but not terribly common, complaint for women during menstrual cycles; it's thought to be due to prostaglandin production and so often improves with NSAID drugs (Advil, Motrin, ibuprofen, Aleve, (naproxen) aspirin...) There is no direct relation for numbness and cold, that's not likely to be directly related to menstruation. Hope this helps. ...Read more
I had sex 3 weeks ago, took Plan B that day, got my period saturday, 1 day late, and very heavy but only lasted 3 days. Why do I feel nausea?
Why do I feel nausea? It starts 1 hour after eating and it's gone in 2 hours. No weight loss or vomiting, but occasional hungry pain in stomach.
Possibly gastritis: Inflammation in the stomach is a common cause of abdominal pain and nausea. You should see your pcp who would check some basic blood work to see if you have na infection in the stomach. He will also make sure that your liver and kidney function is normal. After appropriate diagnosis the treatment should be easy. ...Read more
My husband had a sudden pain in the lower left back with nausea. It is constant but has waves of Super intense pain. What can this be? It's been about
Sudden back pain bad: My husband had a sudden pain in the lower left back with nausea. It is constant but has waves of Super intense pain. What can this be? It's been about ANS: I do no know age so almost helpless to help. The worst thing I can think of is a directing aortic aneurysms and you need to rush him to ER now. Hope he makes it. But happy to do 2nd opinion now if interested. But I would take him to ER. ...Read more
Many things: Nausea is one of the ways your body is telling you that something is wrong, there are a thousand things that can cause it, it depends on of what other symptoms you have, how long the nausea is going on, are you on any medications, what is the context of your nausea and many more things, nausea can be a symptom of multiple different conditions. ...Read more
Find symptom's cause: Nausea/vomiting may be gi-related (food poisoning, peptic disease, gastroparesis, due to biliary ; pancreatic disease, gas/bloat syndrome, small bowel problems). Consider "central" causes: motion sickness, vertigo, migraine headache, brain problems (some very serious). Also, rule out infection (? Urinary tract), medication side effects, pregnancy, ; even reaction to stress. Find ; treat cause. ...Read more
Cause?: It depends on the cause. The best thing to do is to treat whatever is causing the nausea. ...Read more