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Nausea, headaches (mild-moderate), dizziness, upset stomach, and sort of blurry vision. Why could this be happening?

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Dr. Ernest Bordini
Clinical Psychology
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In brief: Possible migraine

Headaches with nausea, dizziness and blurred vision shoudl be medically evaluated for possibility of migraine - this can respond well to a number of different medicatiosn - people sometimes seem to respond to one type of med for migraine better than others.
Any new, persisting, worsening, severe, or multisymptom headache should be medically evaluated.

In brief: Possible migraine

Headaches with nausea, dizziness and blurred vision shoudl be medically evaluated for possibility of migraine - this can respond well to a number of different medicatiosn - people sometimes seem to respond to one type of med for migraine better than others.
Any new, persisting, worsening, severe, or multisymptom headache should be medically evaluated.
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Dr. Keshav Narain
Ophthalmology - Retinal Surgery

In brief: Glaucoma

Please have an eye exam as soon as possible.
Your symptoms could be due to angle closure glaucoma which can cause very high pressure elevations. When the eye pressure or iop is very high, patients begin to experience pain, then headache, then nausea and vomiting. Such episodes can lead to permanent blindness and it is essential that you get to an ophthalmologist.

In brief: Glaucoma

Please have an eye exam as soon as possible.
Your symptoms could be due to angle closure glaucoma which can cause very high pressure elevations. When the eye pressure or iop is very high, patients begin to experience pain, then headache, then nausea and vomiting. Such episodes can lead to permanent blindness and it is essential that you get to an ophthalmologist.
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