Horrible Nausea For 3 weeks, Dizziness, Lightheadedness, What is wrong?!!?!?!?!!?

Apr 17
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Horrible Nausea For 3 weeks, Dizziness, Lightheadedness, What is wrong?!!?!?!?!!?
So About Three weeks ago I started Feeling this really bad Nausea, But I just had figured maybe I ate something that my body didnt agree with. So a few more days go by and still have this constant Nauseating feeling, Its so bad to the point where i cant even eat a full meal without the feeling of throwing up. Then I started getting this pain in my middle back, so after about a week and a half of this happening I finally said screw it and went to the Emergency Room. they took my blood pressure and took many different x-rays of my stomach and abdomines. after about an hour they said that there was nothing major wrong and perscribed me with HyoScyamine, to help with cramps etc. but its been about 4 days since then and I feel even worse, yesterday I had to leave school early because i felt really dizzy like i was about to pass out, and of course horrible nausea. and Now I woke up this morning again with horrible nausea, dizziness. What Is Wrong?!?!?!! I really need help please I dont know what to do anymore!!! i cant even leave the house without the feeling of having to throw up!!! D: Also btw Im a guy so I know for a fact im not pregnant LOL.

Answer by Random
It could possibly be anxiety and you are having anxiety attacks from certain things. Are you stressed about anything particular? Think about it and see. You could also go back to the ER and tell them that since you’ve been taking the medication that they’ve prescribed for you, the cramps / nausea / dizziness has gotten even worse. If they fail to do anything then maybe it’s time to see your family doctor and get a referral to a gastroenterologist, it is a doctor that does treatment of the digestive system. You could very well have a parasite that is making you feel this way as well. For two months I had a parasite and no doctors knew about it until I went to see the gastro. doctor. He then prescribed me some medicine and it went away within a week, so I think that would be the most effective thing to do.
Maybe if you could list all of your symptoms (anything you feel while these spells of nausea are happening) it will help me be able to give you more advice on what to do.
One last thing, what is your diet like? If you don’t have a healthy and steady diet with plenty of fluids your body can hurt, that’s telling you that you need to eat healthier. No fast food or anything greasy, try fruits, vegetables, fresh meats, etc and nothing too heavy for the next week and drink plenty of water, maybe go for a small walk or run everyday to help get your digestive system moving too.

I sincerely hope you feel better!

Answer by Mc Fly
Odd symptoms, secondary to complaints of back pain I wonder when or if you are having regular bowel movements, or if you are drinking enough water. Constipation can really mess with your whole body as can dehydration. Any allergies, or nasal drainage. This can cause nausea and potencially pain if your are swallowing that nasal drainage. Either way go right back to the ER. Hope you feel better, good luck. please send me a quick E when you find out, I would like to know.

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Is it normal to feel feverish from being too tired?

Apr 17
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Is it normal to feel feverish from being too tired?
I have had continuously four days of full shifts between work and school so I’ve been feeling more tired than usual by the time my work ends.

I go home and I start getting the common symptoms of a fever: chills, high body temperate, shakes, aches, nausea, fatigue, cold sweat, and headache.

After a night’s rest, the symptoms usually go away. However, they return again when I get off work that night..

It’s been going on for four days now. Go to work, feel feverish, sleep, get better, repeat.

I was just wondering if this is normal ’cause I can’t maintain a normal lifestyle if this happens everytime I have to work long hours.

Answer by Daniella
To me it would seem normal, just because that’s exactly how I’ve been this past week. I’ve had terrible headaches, been fatigued, and my face was hot but hands were cold and clammy. My sleep schedule has been all off.

Answer by Cammie
Being tired does not cause a fever.
An infection causes a fever.

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sick only in the morning?

Apr 16
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sick only in the morning?
lately i’ve been waking up feeling sick (my stomach hurts and it feels like i could throw up) and then i start to feel better as the day goes on… i don’t have any other flu symptoms and this had been going on for a little while. what’s going on?

Answer by Patrick A
Is it possibly morning sickness (i.e. pregnancy)?

Answer by sami
Avoid eating late at night

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Soft Headache…then Strong headache…then nausea then vomit and it all goes away slowly after vomitting?

Apr 16
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Soft Headache…then Strong headache…then nausea then vomit and it all goes away slowly after vomitting?
It is very odd, I was just wonder what it could be. It’s quite scary sometimes which makes me think I may have a brain tumor or reaching a stroke.

Symptoms:
Wake up fine.
Then I start getting a soft headache.
Headache gets stronger as the day goes by.
At night, the headache gets bad that I dont even have apetite.
I eat a little because I know my stomach is empty.
Later on, i feel horrible with the headache.
At the time I’m about to go to sleep, I start feeling Nausea and feeling I will vomit at any moment.
I VOMIT…..then I feel so relieved. Headache gets better and it doesn’t bother me any longer. I sleep with the headache and have difficulty sleeping.
I wake up the next day and Im perfectly fine.

This doesn’t happen often. It usually happens every few months a year but only lasts 1 day. When I was little I had Asthma. And well, Doctor’s figured out that these symptoms were Migraine and some said Sinusitis. It still happens though.

Any Idea what it could be?

Answer by minx
Water??? Are you drinking enough water???

Dehydration is a possibility ~ some of the symptoms of dehydration are puffy bags under your eyes, dark circles under your eyes,dizzy spells and loss of balance, constant yawning, headaches and migraines and constipation and bloating and cramping and tummy aches and foggy thinking, irritability and moodiness….. :0)

Are you sure you aren’t just dehydrated buddy?? Expecting your digestive system to digest food and transport essential vitamins and nutrients with no water in your system is an extremely huge ask ………… actually puffiness anywhere in your body is a signal that your body is hanging on to the little bit of water that you have and are getting very dehydrated …… Water is imperative to life. Without water your body will have a terrible time breathing, digesting food, transporting nutrients, lubricating your joint sockets etc.etc.etc.etc……… nothing substitutes for water. your body needs at least 2 – 3 litres of water daily to function efficiently Geez, we need at least 2 litres daily just to maintain aspiration (to breathe)!! so drink up buddy ♥

Increase your intake of fresh filtered water 20 minutes before or after meals so as to enhance digestion rather than interfere with it …………… if you drink fluids during your meals it will only serve to dilute your digestive juices and hinder digestion ♥

also, try to cut back on drinks such as coffee, tea, alcohol, sodas and soft drinks (if you drink any of them) which will all do great job of dehydrating you. ie: just 1 can of soda or soft drink will make your body peesh out up to 12 cups of water !!! 1 cup of coffee will make your body peesh out about 2 cups of water ……….. read the book by F. Batmanghelidj, M.D…. “Your body’s many cries for water”…… an astounding and scary and very true read.

This link may be of interest to you ~

http://www.yvw.com.au/yvw/Home/TAPHealth/DehydrationandYou/

Oh, this link is in regards to F. Batmanghelidj, M.D. and is brilliant ~

http://www.watercure2.org/

peace 2 u

cheers

Answer by Samaria3
Sounds like a migraine to me. Bad headache, and the only way it’s relieved is when you throwup. It’s happened to me a couple times. It hasn’t happened in a while though. Once, I woke up and was fine except around my eyes I saw silver shinyness… kinda like how people say they see stars. I had read a couple months earlier that seeing this in the corner of your eyes can occur about an hour or so before a migraine.

I got up, went to school, and by the time I got to school I was getting a headache and the sight around the corners of my eyes I was seeing was going away, but the headache was getting worse. Then I got nauseous. Then I decided to go to the office. My headache was still bad but I was more focused on the nausea because I hate throwing up. About a half hour later I threwup. After that, I felt ok, my headache was pretty much gone, so I layed down and felt fine.

When you get these headaches are you also sensitive to light and sound, etc? It sounds like migraines to me. Talk to your doctor and he/she may prescribe medications to take. My dad and sister get migraines but they take medications that helps a lot.

Answer by megan d
Does sound like a migraine… Have you tried Imigram or something similar when you’re having an attack? It may work 4 u. A tumour would be v. v. unlikely as it would be getting more frequent and you’d be having other wierd symptoms added into the mix too..

Answer by Dizzy Dame
It sounds like a migraine headache. Do you take a lot of caffeinated products–coffee,tea, chocolates?

Answer by dj92570j
Sure sounds like the course my migraine headaches used to take. Same sequence of events. For some unknown reason, I outgrew them when I hit my twenties. If I did not get some pain relief before the nausea hit me, I would just have to ride it out as nothing would stay down until the vomiting episode.

I never did find out why I had them…

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vitamin E and its side effect…is there any risk?

Apr 16
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vitamin E and its side effect…is there any risk?
Some friend mentioned that vitamin E pills are not good. Does anyone know about this?

Answer by stascia
vitamin E USUALLY does not cause any side effects. however, some things you may see with too much vitamin E are blurred vision, dizziness, diarrhea, nausea, stomach cramps, headache, tiredness/fatigue, or weakness. it is important to remember that vitamin E Is stored in your fat cells – it is not passed through your body in urine. so any excess vitamin E that you take will not be excreted through your urine as with other vitamins like the B vitamins or vitamin C. so be careful because excess vitamin E can build up…and while side effects are rare, they are possible.

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Feel sick after I eat?

Apr 15
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Feel sick after I eat?
So for the past 3 weeks or so, every time I eat I immediately feel sick to my stomach afterwards and have to run to the bathroom, that being said, I also haven’t had solid stool for the duration of this either. What could be the problem? This came on suddenly, it hasn’t been getting progressively worse or better, but it’s really annoying.

Answer by Bianca
It’s possible that you have gastritis. Which is when your stomach mucosa produces too much acid, causing pain when eating, heart burn, diarrhea, etc. If more symptoms occur, I advise visiting a doctor.
You also may be low on magnesium. Which can also cause sickness when eating meat, nausea, stomach pain, fever, dizziness, feeling weak, and more.

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How can I stop my morning nausea?

Apr 15
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How can I stop my morning nausea?
I am a 52 year old man with ittitable bowel. My major symptoms were nausea and bloating, but I have been able to find some relief by excluding meat and dairy products. I have become a vegetarian except for some occasional seafood.
The last issue I need to deal with is the nausea I get in the morning. It seems to be brought on by the food I eat a couple of hours before bed. I wish I could go to bed on an empty stomach, but I work nights and find myself very hungry around ten pm, at which time I will have a light meal, mostly carbohydrates.
The nights when I am off and I eat a large supper and no late night meals I dont have this issue.
Can you suggest anything? It is hard to go to bed hungry, and a piece of fruit just does not satisfy. Since the snack is carbohydrate, do you think it might be the sugar causing the nausea?
Thanks for your help!

Answer by nicole
Hi, it may well be the sugar causing your nausea but I would chat with your doctor/dietician to be sure. I used to wake up in the mornings feeling like I had a huge hangover despite not having touched a drop of alcohol. I had the nausea, headache, groggy feeling and terrible thirst. Eventually I got checked out and found I had type 2 diabetes. I’ve now cut right down on my sugar intake for obvious reasons and I feel much better in the mornings.

If your problem isn’t caused be sugar, consider eating plain biscuits like rich tea or crackers to ease you nausea. It’s what pregnant women do to combat morning sickness. Just a thought. Good luck.

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how does nortriptyline make you feel?

Apr 15
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how does nortriptyline make you feel?
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Answer by Amber M
Nortriptyline may cause side effects. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away:

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nausea
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drowsiness
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weakness or tiredness
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excitement or anxiety
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nightmares
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dry mouth
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changes in appetite or weight
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constipation
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difficulty urinating
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frequent urination
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blurred vision
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changes in sex drive or ability
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excessive sweating

Some side effects may be serious. If you experience any of the following symptoms or those listed in the IMPORTANT WARNING section, call your doctor immediately:

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jaw, neck, and back muscle spasms
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slow or difficult speech
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shuffling walk
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uncontrollable shaking of a part of the body
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fever
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difficulty breathing or swallowing
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rash
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yellowing of the skin or eyes
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irregular heartbeat

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dizziness, it is just from my sinuses?

Apr 14
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dizziness, it is just from my sinuses?
I’ve been feeling really dizzy for the past few days. I don’t eat very healthy at all but i do make sure to eat 3 meals a day so it’s not from a lack of food. I’m hoping this dizziness isn’t a sign that I may have diabeties. I have been having an increased hunger but my vision is fine.. I’m a very unactive, sedentary 20 year old so maybe it’s just the lack of exercise making me easily dizzy? My nose has been feeling stuffy lately and my throat feels dry so is a possibility that it’s just my sinuses making me feel dizzy?
oh and I don’t know if this means anything, but I just recently changed the light bulbs in my room and now my bedroom is really bright and I’ve been finding myself very sensitive to light like this past month.

Answer by jenny
have you had a recent head injury? do your ears feel full? sometimes fluid in ears, disrupt your equilibrium which may cause dizziness. as for diabetes, increase thirst, urination and increased hunger are the 3 sure signs of diabetes. if you have started a new medication that may contribute as well. if your symptoms do not go away soon-go to the doctor!

Answer by tipper
Sometimes it is inner ear problems.

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Why would I be getting hot flushes headaches tiredness flashes in vision and nausea?

Apr 14
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Why would I be getting hot flushes headaches tiredness flashes in vision and nausea?
For the last week I have been getting hot flushes nausea headache and very tired what could it be? Only today I have been getting the dizziness and flashing images.

Answer by ?
Are you fatigued at all? O.O have you done anything that required a burst of energy that may have put your body to thinking “oh no! Quick something is wrong! Fix whatever it is!” did yu eat something bad?

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