Are nausea and vomiting seen as symptoms of whiplash?

Occasionally. I have seen this very occasionally but it is not a typical complaint of someone with whiplash. There are a few serious causes of nausea and vomiting that can occur after a whiplash accident and if you are having these symptoms you should see a doctor right away to make sure there is nothing serious going on.

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My Son is experiencing nausea and vomiting since 5am. Can I get zofran and if his symptoms do not improve we will get him seen (severity: moderate).

Try HealthTap PRIME. You posted on the free, information-only forum. Zofran sounds ok. Try HealthTap PRIME, where the doctor sees you via smartphone, tablet, or laptop. You can send images while in a live PRIME consultation. PRIME can be accessed from anywhere in the world and patients just have a monthly subscription fee. At the doctor's discretion, drugs may or may not be prescribed, as each case is somewhat unique. Read more...

Why is nausea and vomiting a symptom of a UTI?

Here are some ... Most adult females with UTIs just have some irritative urination with no systemic symptoms such as nausea or vomiting. So, it's worthwhile to consider if there is any drug-related side effects. How long have you used nitrofurantoin, which is known to cause some GI-upset in some users? To solve such health-related uncertainty, bring the detailed Hx to see Doc for more timely evaluation & counseling. Read more...

Are nausea and vomiting common symptom of gallbladder disease?

Yes. Gallbladder disease is usually heralded by nausea, vomiting and right upper abdomen cramps about one to two hours after eating a meal, particularly a more fatty meal. Read more...
Yes. The most common symptom of gallbladder disease is abdominal pain, usually localized to the right upper abdomen or upper midline. It is often accompanied by nausea, bloating, and/or vomiting. Many people describe the vomiting as "bilious", meaning green-colored. Read more...

I wake up with extreme dizziness, nausea, and vomiting it lasts 2-4 days started happening at 5 yrs old I am now 25 how can I reduce symptoms?

No short answer. You didn't mention duration or other sxs. I would guess a middle or inner ear problem or eustachian tube blockage - infection or allergic. One thing we often don't suggest is saline nasal spray or rinse. This will shrink the open around the tube & clear the sinuses. Ask your pharmacist how to use it. I would use 2 sprays or rinses 4 times a day. If no help see an ear/nose/throat or allergy dr. Read more...

I have nausea and vomiting every evening. I also get gerd symptoms. Gerd meds have stopped working for the vomiting and nausea. What could it be?

Gastritis. May be complicated by H pylori a bacteria associated with GERD/ gastritis. Also may have ulcer or gastroparesis -( slowling of emptying-do you have diabetes? ). There may also be a gallbladder issue. Would check for diabetes, check thyroid function, check for food intolerences like gluten, and follow up with gastroenterologist. Read more...

I am having sevear pain in my liver along with nausea and vomiting low grade fever should I go to be seen at a e.R?

Vomiting. Your pain may not be from your liver but from your gallbladder, so you need to have it checked. I would go to the er only if you have not been able to keep anything down and have not been able to hydrate yourself. Read more...

I have been experiencing bloating, frequent urination, nausea and vomiting and mood swings. Symptoms come and go. I am 39yrs old. Could this be cancer?

Could be. Cancer is possible, of course, but not a likely explanation of these symptoms. Frequent urination may be a sign of diabetes. A mass in pelvis can cause bloating, and can compress the bladder, leading to frequent urination of small volumes. See a doctor. . Read more...