Stomach ache, dizziness, fatigue, sweat, tingling of hands and feet and nausea?

See below. These are symptoms that could be potentially serious. Yous should discuss these with your physician. He/she will thoroughly evaluate you and let you know what's going on.

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I always feel sick-be it my head, dizziness, stomach ache, post nasal drip, fatigue, etc. And had tons of blood tests. No answers. Any advice?

Vague compaints.... ....Like these happen some times. The first thing to do is rule out an organic cause, like an infection that can be treated. You have done that. So the next step is to examine your life. Are you very stressed? Stress can cause all kinds of physical complaints. Are you depressed? Have difficulty being happy, sleeping/eating etc? If so, ask your doctor for an evaluation. Read more...

Head pain stomach aches and a lot of nausea. Everytime I stand I feel dizzy I have a fever and I can't eat. What medicine do I need to take?

pain, nausea,fever. It is time to call your doctor to make an appointment to check you concerning all your ailments. Too many possibilities as to the cause or causes. Read more...

Any possible diagnosis for constant fatigue, headaches, and dizziness? And frequent stomach aches? I have had loads of tests done but no diagnosis

Lots of things. Poor diet, deconditioning (out of shape), migraine disorders, sleep disorder, anxiety, depression, Lyme disease...the list is pretty extensive. I would gather together all the results of your tests, organize them by date and then keep a symptom diary for 1 month. Take all this information to a fresh set of eyes (maybe family medicine or internal medicine) to review. . Read more...
Functional medicine . I recommend you find a functional medicine doctor and work with them to find your root causes of your symptoms. You can search for one near you at www.functionalmedicine.org. Click on Find a Practitioner to find an IFM certified Practitioner near you. . Read more...
Symptomatology. With all your problems and negative tests, I would recommend that you see a psychologist or psychotherapist for symptomsof depression or anxiety. Read more...
Many Causes. There are many possibilities. Dehydration, low blood sugar, viral processes like mono, or sinus/ inner ear issues, stress, poor sleep, pregnancy, anemia, thyroid dysfunction, as well as tick-born diseases. All of which may cause headache. The list goes on. My thought in a healthy person with reportedly normal labs would be to ensure enough water, sleep and routine meals between now and follow-up. Read more...

Before yesterday I was suffering from stomach ache, vomiting, dizziness, and nausea. So is soup good for me to eat today? And especially lentil soup?

Worth a try since... ...you seem to have improved. We can't however be sure of your response, since we don't know the cause of your recent distress. Start slow with liberalizing your diet, & good luck! Read more...

I feel sick tired get headaches fell dizzy when I stand up breathless get hot&cold flushes stomach ache and hardlly hungry. I'm a 19 female what's wrong?

See your doctor. These symptoms are not specific enough to provide you an answer but given your age, it is likely not serious - this could be a viral syndrome that would be self-limited. Nevertheless, if associated with fever, weight loss, chronicity more than 7 days, or worsening symptoms, you should see your physician. Meanwhile, make sure you are well-hydrated, rest and if necessary, take tylenol (acetaminophen) per directions. Read more...

Sick for 3 years. In and out of hospitals. Symptoms include constant nausea, stomach pain, dizziness, weight loss, fatigue, weakness. Help?

PCP. Your PCP can help you find out what's wrong. Being in and out of hospitals will most likely look for causes that can threaten your life in the moment. A primary care physician might be able to put all those visits/ complaints together to get closer to what's going on. The symptoms you are describing can be caused by physical medical conditions as well as mental conditions.. Read more...

Nausea for 2 weeks, not being able to eat anything but salads. Burnt rubber smelling urine. Fatigue, dizziness and stomach pain. Not sexually active.

See your doctor ASAP. There are many conditions that might be causing the symptoms that you have. But in any case, you definitely need to be evaluated as soon as possible. In the meantime i recommend that you trying to stay well hydrated and eat as well as you can tolerate. Good luck! Read more...