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Why Does Pork Cause Headaches
Headache /pork: Eating pork per se, no but if you have problems with cholesterol and bp, eating fried, salted pork can increase your BP thus causing headaches. ...Read more
Yesterday I ate pork and vegetable. Immediately I experienced mild fever, muscle ache and headache. What cause of this?
You could have: Some type of stomach virus or bacterial infection, or it could be incidental with some pre-existing viral infection that was coming anyway. Or you could influenza. It is hard to say and sometimes you need to see a healthcare provider for proper examination and diagnosis. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more
Avoid pork: While you do not have an allergy, you may have a sensitivity to either some proteins or how it is prepared and I would avoid eating it. If you started noting headaches after eating raw or undercooked pork, you should know about cystercicosis, which can effect brain tissue as well. If you notice any changing neurologic signs, ask your primary to assess this very rare but possible disease. ...Read more
Allergy maybe : If you don't get a similar reaction with other foods, then probably an allergy---best to avoid pork, then see an allergist for testing. ...Read more
When I eat pork product or anything that has touched it, I get migraines or headaches. Is it possible to be allergic to pork products?
I ate pork sausages for breakfast and I went to bed and woke up with a mild headache. What can I do to get rid of it? I have mild BP problems.
You may take 500 – 1000 mg of acetaminophen, commonly available as Tylenol. Do not take alcohol.
For good health — Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
Why do I get a headache when I eat food like pastas, white bread, pork and beans, lima beans, potato chips, cookies. I also get a little confusion?
Blood sugar level?: The foods you mentioned seem to have one thing in common: they are all rich in simple carbohydrates. If you haven't already, you might consider seeing your physician for some lab work, including (1) complete urinalysis, (2) complete blood count, (3) fasting serum glucose, (4) hemoglobin A1c, & (5) fasting serum insulin & c-peptide. This should at least get you started on the right track. ...Read more
Tapeworm: An intestinal infection from Taenia solium can occur due to the consumption of undercooked pork. Most often, the worms stay in muscles and do not cause symptoms. Symptoms that do occur depend on where the infection is found (brain, eyes, heart, spine). http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/001391.htm, http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000627.htm ...Read more
Your question is?: Ok, so have to try seafood, shellfish, chicken, turkey, alligator, etc., etc. All is not lost, you have other options that should not cross-react. ...Read more
Stracthed finger with knife I was using to cut raw pork sausage. No visable cut or blood, but can feel it tender there. Can this cause a problem?
No: Simply keep it clean rinse it with peroxide and apply topical antibiotics.if you see increase redness or notice increase pain see your doctor ...Read more
Does pork wine stain on skin cause cyst? She had the brithmark sence she was born on right lower back and growing up, down, and growing to the sides to and se had sugury before she was one she four now and she keeps getting them before she waa one she had
The questionable cyst is likely separate from the port wine stain, which is typically flat. To be sure, the patient in question should see a dermatologist for a complete evaluation.
Take care. ...Read more
What causes canker sores & sore throat? I have canker sores on my gums, under tongue & sore throat after eating spicy pork rinds, cherries, garlic nuts.
Unknown: Canker sores or apthous ulcers are most often attributed to an autoimmune reaction of the mucosa. The causative agents can vary among persons and there is no known cure. The best thing you can do is take note of the foods/drinks that cause this for you and avoid them if you can. If you get them bad enough a topical steroid intra-oral med can be applied to them to minimize the outbreak. ...Read more
Deep or Surface?: Headaches deep inside the head may be different from surface headaches. Usually deep headaches are throbbing or pressure. Surface headaches, especially if 'sharp' or 'stabbing' in my experience tend to be the result of nerve injury/impingement or neck muscle problems. A good history & physical, including an osteopathic hands-on examination might help find the cause & even fix it via manipulation. ...Read more
Many causes: Mild tension type headaches may be the most common cause of simple headaches. Other common ones include those caused by sleep deprivation, hangover, jaw, tooth or sinus problems and the primary headache syndromes including migraine, cluster and other headaches. They are more severe but not as common as tension types. ...Read more
See below:: Often, foods are triggers only when they are combined with other triggers. For example, they may act as triggers only when stress or hormonal changes are also at work. Whether you get a migraine from a food or beverage may depend on how much you consume. Chocolate, caffeine, red wine/alcohol, aminio acid-tyramine (cheese; meats, nuts, pork, chocolate, etc); & food additives-nitrites/nitrates/msg. ...Read more
Many: There are many possible causes, including trauma and infection. A possible diagnosis depends on other symptoms your child is exhibiting. However, a common, overlooked cause of headaches in children (especially teenagers) is dehydration. Have your child drink plenty of water and see if that helps; if the headache does not go away, or there are other symptoms, see your doctor. ...Read more
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