Can MS make you nauseous, dizzy and have headaches?

Not really . You more likely have migraine. Now, if you had ms, you would have twice the incidence of migraine as a non-ms patient, and with certain brainstem lesions, up to 4 times incidence of headaches. But if only the nausea, dizziness, and headaches, you probably do not have ms causing the problem.

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Chest and back pain at rest and worse at exercise ECG clear so what can cause this? Headaches, dizzy and 1 faint 30yrs healthy but being tested for MS

Brain imaging might. help. Ask your doctor. If they want imaging of your brain insist on an MRI with and without contrast and ask the radiologist to do FLAIR images in the axial and sagittal plane. MS is a clinical diagnosis however so it may take some time for your doctor to come to a conclusion. Read more...

CT shows 12 mm bright white lesion in brain. Looks like a hollow rock! Also small speck like white spots. Could this be MS lesion, Dizzy/headaches?

Hold up. We see these "small specks" all of the time. Before I would entertain MS, I think that an MRI is a better study. Depending on your symptoms and what exactly this white spot is, your doctor will likely pursue and MRI to clarify things. Read more...

I have been getting headaches, dizziness, and cervical spine pain, any ideal what is going on uncle had brain tumor, great aunt had ms?

Not specific. These symptoms are not specific and could be due to many causes such as tension headache, migraine, meningitis among other things. Depending on the duration of these problems and a full history and physical, a ct of the head and perhaps a spinal tap may be indicated. Consult with your primary care doctor. Read more...
Unlikely. Brain tumors and aneurysms are generally very rare, you should see a medical professional to evaluate your symptoms. Read more...

Faint, lightheaded, dizzy, nausea in head not gi. Have sjogrens/ms etc. No infections. Bp okay. Hydrating/rest. Nausea med help? No new meds. My doc mon

Yes. Whatever you have whether it is from your disease or from vertigo, you will need to relieve the symptoms to be comfortable. You do need to take your nausea medicine and see your doctor in case additional tests or exams are needed. Read more...
Complicated. Check your BP supine (lying down) and then standing up. If it drops >20 points, it may be the cause of your symptoms which surely sound like low BP to me. Read more...

I have a bad headache with swollen veins over my temples my scalp is sore and I'm tired and dizzy. Worrisome? I have an MRI tomorrow for MS test.

Temporal arteritis? There are many conditions associated with bulging blood vessels and headache in the temple area. It is imperative that you go see a doctor as soon as possible. Temporal arteritis should be considered a true neuro-ophthalmic emergency. Read more...

I think I have ms fatigue that wont go away headaches dizziness always feel like im going to pass out eye pain and memory pains in arms and legs?

Serious symptoms. I see you list adrenal fatigue and have had a lot of testing. Have you had a diagnosis of MS? It does sound like you have dysautonomia and should be evaluated for POTS. Treating postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome will help with chronic fatigue, dizziness, headaches and stomach aches. POTS is usually secondary to another problem and that, too needs investigation. Feel free to arrange adetailed consult with me to further explore your symptoms and narrow down the differential diagnosis. Use code XATXVC to schedule. Read more...