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Can you have nausea, vomiting, dizziness and a high fever in early pregnancy?

Not from pregnancy. Nausea, and vomiting, are typical symptoms in early pregnancy. High fever (>100) is not typical, and it could mean you have an infection, either a non-dangerous stomach flu or more serious abdomen or brain infection. See your doctor soon. Read more...

I drank a lot yest/it was the first time to drink and now I'm having very high fever, nausea, dizzy and hands very weak to hold anything, is that related?

Alcohol Poisoning. It sounds like you are dehydrated and have a touch of alcohol poisoning. Rest, hydration and avoiding alcohol for a bit will help you feel better. Read more...
Learned something... Lot's of possiblities here--alcoholic gastritis & alcoholic pancreatitis top the list, but the injurious effects of excessive alcohol intake can also affect many other organ systems. High fever obligates emergency evaluation--please get to the er now. You've however learned a very important lesson--avoid future alcohol binges please! Read more...

Been getting dizzy when bend down or after standing. Been sick for over a month throwing up dry heave. Have gallbladder sludge. Trying to stay hydrated. What can be making me dizzy. Not really eating much cause of nausea/vomiting. I'm seeing gastro.

Dehydration. Sounds like you may be dehydrated, even though you're trying to keep up with fluid losses. If your urine is not a vet light yellow, you are dehydrated, and if you cannot hydrate enough, you may need to go to an ER. Dehydration can cause dizziness because your blood pressure is lower when dehydrated. See GI doctor very soon--she may wind up sending you to a surgeon to have your gallbladder removed. Read more...

Severe heard pain, nausea, vomiting, sometimes dizzy while standing or walking. Pain worse in the mornings could be caused by? My husband is 23 years old. He is overall a healthy person with no preexisting medical conditions. This has been reoccuring for

If . If a patient had new onset of headaches, that wake him at night and he has vomiting, then it would be reasonable to consult with their physician. Migraines or muscle tension are possibilities, but other causes of headache would need to be ruled out. It would be reasonable for him to consult his physician and have an evaluation as this headache sounds new and is described as severe. Read more...