What causes motion sickness, nausea, vomiting, dizziness and migrain headache?

We don't know. The exact cause of migraine is still controversial and gaps in our understanding remain. Accompanying symptoms such as phonophobia, photophobia, nausea, vomiting, dizziness and blurred vision, as well as autonomic phenomena of conjunctival injection, lacrimation and lid edema are common and individual. It is manageable, see a headache specialist or orofacial pain.
Bad migraines? Well bad migraines can cause those things but i would see a neurologist if your headaches are that bad! one, it is important to rule out other causes and two, you could undergo migraine treatment if that's what it is. Good luck!

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I feel very uneasy like nausea and vomiting sumtimes (once in 2 months) I don't have motion sickness. Had it as a kid. Why do I get this. Am 80 kg.

Cyclical vomiting. You probably have cyclical vomiting of the adult as a carryover from your youth. The exact cause of the syndrome is unknown but some people feel it may be a form of migraine and in fact some results have been achieved with migraine medication. Read more...

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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

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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...

Headaches I hadn't experienced feel like migraines for they come with nausea vomiting dizziness weakness also cold toes cold sweats neck pain clammy?

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...
Vague. Your symptoms are a concern, especially if the symptoms have persisted for awhile. I would see a doctor asap. Read more...

Hi, I have headaches, trouble breathing, my chest hurts, I feel dizzy, nausea, vomiting.

Sounds like you. might have a viral infection. Drink fluids and rest and use tylenol if you develop a fever. If the symptoms persist for more than 48 hours, make an appointment with a health care provider for evaluation. Read more...