What are the symptoms of stomach pain, back pain, hot flashes, and head ache?

Nonspecific symptoms. Stomach pain, back pain, hot flashes, and headaches are considered nonspecific symptoms and may or may not be due to a unifying diagnosis. The possibilities include viral syndrome, meningitis, and many others. See your doctor if not improving or worsening.

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Feeling sick to my stomach been spotting for a couple days light head aches back pain sometimes and lower stomach pain what's cause this?

Couple things. It could be a UTI or an STD, but since its the weekend I would suggest you first check a urine pregnancy test as it could be early pregnancy. If your symptoms persist or get worse you should probably see your physician. Read more...

Had a miscaiage over a month ago with epideral ever since been gettong worse headaches back pain walking into. Things loss of hair stomach pain?

Speak with GYN. If you had an epidural then a wet tap complication is possible but you need to discuss with your gyn and the anesthesiologist. A wet tap is where the needle causes a small leak of spinal fluid and lead to headaches and some back pain. Does not cause hair loss but that can be hormonal changes after the pregnancy. See your gyn for more detailed info. Read more...

38 weeks pregnant, hot flashes, upper abdominal pain, back ache, no bloody show or waters broken. Early onset labour?

Doubtful. From your symptoms, early labor seems doubtful, but not out of the question. Being this far along, it's best to see your doctor. Read more...
See ob/gyn physician. Your symptoms can be due to preterm labor, urinary tract infection, appendicitis, food poisoning, stomach virus, kidney stones or infection in gallbladder. I recommend seeing your ob/gyn physician. Read more...

I have a funny metal taste in my mouth and I've been having hot flashes, headaches and stomach pains....What could it be?

Many causes... This is a great source of information: http://symptomchecker.Webmd.Com/multiple-symptoms?Symptoms=bad-breath|metallic-taste-in-mouth&symptomids=16|459&locations=7|7. Read more...

I've been getting headaches, feeling sick to my stomach, I'm always tired, and I have been getting hot flashes, and mid to low back pain, any ideas?

Flu. Seasonal flu is very common viral infection. Usually the condition resolves on its own with home care. Drink water and get a good rest. NSAIDs (e.g. Aleve) are also recommended every 6 hours. If concerned, see your PCP. Read more...