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.

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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...

Is this the flu or pregnancy? Nausea vomiting belching

Test confirms either. Symptoms of body issues often overlap & over time may become more specific. Office flu tests are often accurate from the start of symptoms, pregnancy tests are usually accurate after ~ two wks or when your body starts to notice.U can either test for either or wait it out. Read more...

I've always suffered from headaches migraines at times but these past 2 weeks I've had 2 headaches I hadn't experienced before. They feel like migraines for they come with nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and weakness. Except these ones have a few extra sympt

See your doctor. These extra symptoms are just more severe migraines. Migraines are the body's warning system. Something is stressing you that is making your migraines more complex. You may have infection, allergic reaction, toxic reaction to food or drug, or some emotional crisis. You need a good medical checkup. Read more...
Migraines. Migraine problems can evolve and vary over time, and sometimes are affected by new medications, especially pain meds. Multiple new trigger such as neck arthritis, dental or jaw issues, or even recent infections or blood pressure issues may be playing a role. Your doctor can assist in trying some medications which may reverse the process. Read more...
Get back to Dr. The persistence of your headaches is always a concern, but when you begin to undergo symptoms that are different, that is when a doctor should be consulted. I would try and think back if you have been doing anything differently in the past 2 weeks. I would document and start a pain diary- activities, nutrition, sleep, etc. Then discuss with a doctor. Read more...
Get checked. Any change in your pattern of headaches should be evaluated by your doctor. It could all be nothing to worry about, but it's best to get checked. Read more...