Headaches, dizzy, nauseated, ringing in the ears?

It is time to see. A neurologist. Neurologists specialize in disease of and damage to the nervous system. Re.: make an appointment with your primary care physician to discuss whether a visit to a neurologist is warranted. Hope it helps...

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I have headaches ringing in my ears dizzy nauseated and forgetfull?

It is time to see. A neurologist. Neurologists specialize in disease of and damage to the nervous system. Re.: make an appointment with your primary care physician to discuss whether a visit to a neurologist is warranted.

Common cause for sudden drastic blurring of vision in both eyes, onset of dizziness with nausea, headaches, ringing ear in a 62 yo diabetic male?

Acute stroke. B"sd serious buisness. First thing to think about is a brainstem stroke with is a minutes count emergency. Other possiblity would be labyrinthitis, which can be very symptomatic with vertigo, nausea and vomiting. Would the presume that the patient is already under emergency care and IS getting better.

I have a headache, chest pain, nausea, left arm is uncomfortable, dizziness, ringing ears and weird a numblike feeling under tongue. ER or no?

ER. Chest pain with nausea and left arm symptoms requires an urgent evaluation to rule out a cardiac event. Please visit your closest emergency room.

For the past 3 months I've been getting severe headaches (especially from coughing/sneezing), dizziness, ringing in ears, fatigue, nausea and clumsiness. Had MRI done. Was told nothing is wrong.

Headache. Normal MRI does not rule out all the causes for the headache. You may have headache from vascular problem, allergies, cluster headaches, etc. You can get relief with medication. Consider getting a consultation with Neurologist.
Second. Opinion neurologist can be very useful. No reason to wait. Good luck and do not procrastinate...
Migraine? You may still be suffering from migraines and your triggers could very well be coughing and/or sneezing. Migraines are often accompanied by what seem like odd symptoms like dizziness, nausea, clumsiness, etc. Have you talked to your family doctor about the possibilities of all the different kinds of headaches? Could you ask him/her about the possibility of these being migraines and starting treatment?

I have a small hard lump behind my right ear. I have headaches nausea, and dizziness. It doesn't hurt to the touch... What is it?

Likely a lymph node. There are a number of lymph nodes scattered around the back of the head and neck where they are easily found. At rest they may be the size of a pea and when stimulated they are often bean sized or larget. Size often changes over weeks & often reflects bug bits, skin rashes or throat irritation, it is not likely related to headaches, nausea or dizziness. Your doc can confirm this.

I'm experiencing nausea, headaches, dizziness and buzzing ears after decreasing my Zoloft (sertraline) intake of 100mg to 50mg. What can I do? Thanks

Work with your doc. Your are probably experiencing withdrawal symptoms from having reduced your zoloft (sertraline) dose too quickly. I suggest going back to your prescribed 100mg dose, and discuss with your physician whether tapering is indicated at this time. If the two of you agree, then a more gradual schedule can be developed. Good luck to you.
Zoloft (sertraline) I agree with dr. Pappas but wonder why the dose was reduced in the first place. Is it to switch to another medication, or was zoloft (sertraline) not working? .