35 weeks pregnant bad headache dizziness and nose bleeds any reason why?

Need evaluation. What is your blood pressure? Have you been followed by a doctor for your pregnancy? If you have not participated in ante-natal care, you should go to nearest hospital emergency room to get checked out.

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I have constant nose bleeds, constantly feeling sick, always have bad head aches. I'm always dizzy too.

Get seen. That sounds miserable and is not normal for a 16-year old. If you haven't already, i would talk to your parents and have them bring you to your family doctor for further evaluation. Read more...
See a physician. Many of your symptoms could be secondary to migraines, but with your history of constant nose bleeds you need a thorough evaluation and physical exam. Read more...

Frequent nose bleeds almst every other day been havin headache & dizzy feelin unstable. Also sufferin wit pimples in nose I have hurt my nose in past

Who nose?YouNeedADoc. This sounds like something that will need to be examined in-person. Frequent nosebleeds, lesions in the nose and a history of prior trauma that may have altered the anatomy (depends on the type of injury and how it healed, of course). The "weak and dizzy" part may or may not be related to all that but definitely adds more evidence that you need an in-person exam. Don't let the nose get too dry. Read more...

My symptoms are headaches, nose bleeds, pain in head, dizzy, shaking hands/ fidgety. Why is this happening?

Get a check up. It's not possible to answer your questions on this forum with certainty. Please consult your physician to get a thorough evaluation and later discuss treatment options. Read more...

Head rma ok. Head CT ok. Ent ok. Blood tests ok. Symptoms : nose bleeds, ear bleeds, headaches, dizziness... What can be wrong? What missed?

Need more info! These symptoms are non-specific, which means that can be associated with many blood disorders (e.g. Blood disorders, blood viscosity problems, etc.). Also, the work-up would be different depending on your age and on the duration of symptoms. You will need comprehensive history and physical examination and blood work. It will likely take a few visits and several tests to reach definitive diagnosis. Read more...