Dizzy, very tired, nausea… any ideas?

May 5
Posted by admin Filed in Nausea Tired

Dizzy, very tired, nausea… any ideas?
The short version: I started feeling nauseous about a week ago. I am not a pukey person and never get sick so this was weird. Anyway, then about 4 days later I am so exhausted I can’t take 3-4 steps without heavy breathing. I layed on the couch all day and just tried to get over it. The next day was just as bad. I haven’t puked once but have gotten dizzy easily when I move around and the fatigue is just now getting better (a week after nausea started). Still wore out though after about a half day and have to take a nap. Wife and I are both getting worried.

The doctor said it was a ‘bug’. Gee thanks. My blood pressure was 112/70. I am 34.

A pregnant coworker at my wife’s job asked if I was pregnant because apparently I am having the same symptoms. heh

Answer by Lindz♥
That was my symptoms when I had swine flu. So maybe the flu.
Go to the doctor, they will give you meds that will help SOOOOO MUCH!

Answer by nochocolate
Been exposed to anything unusual lately? Any new medications? On a diet? Exposed to Hepatitis?

Answer by Serious
you may just have the flu, or a stomach flu

Answer by Jobo
Yes, you probably have a bug. I hope you are taking some antibiotic and drinking lots of water and juice because you don’t want to dehydrate. For nausea there is an over the counter medicine call
Nausea Relieve of CVS pharmacies which the best I know.

Hope you fell better.

nausea tired: Dizzy, very tired, nausea… any ideas?

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i had a miscarriage a week ago,still feeling dizziness sometime?

Mar 11
Posted by admin Filed in Dizziness Feeling
dizziness feeling

i had a miscarriage a week ago,still feeling dizziness sometime?
I was 4 week pregnant and had miscarriage a week ago,my bleeding stop within 2 days after miscarriage, now sometime i feel like vomiting after eating and feeling dizziness sometime, what do u think what should i do and why this happening

Answer by fidgetyphoenix
I can’t tell you exactly why you are experiencing those symptoms. Did you ever go back to your Dr. to make sure everything was passed out of your body? If all remnants of the pregnancy have not been removed they can set up infection.

Answer by crazya
maybe its an aftershock of the miscarriage. see a doctor its really important u do. and rest a bit. be happy and eat healthly . also i’m really sorry about ur miscarriage

Answer by kalamitouskirsten
Sorry to hear about your miscarriage. I’ve had two so I know how you feel.
Occasionally not all of the products of pregnancy are expelled during a miscarraige. If there is anything still in your womb, it can cause an infection and in extreme cases, lead to infertility. I would recommend going to your GP to get some advice and maybe a check up. You may need a D&C (dilation & curettage) to clear your womb. If your symptoms don’t clear up very soon, don’t leave it. Make sure you go for a check up.

dizziness feeling: i had a miscarriage a week ago,still feeling dizziness sometime?

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