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Headaches, dizziness and stomach cramps. What is happening?

I have really bad headachs and today at work i was cleaning the class room and i got really dizzy and weak and I thought I was getting sick so i ran to bathroom but nothing. I got really hot and dizzy I sat down and didnt go away! till 30 min later! I got home I still have a really bad headach. I been having this headach every day for almost two weaks and now I am starting to feel sick and dizzy.and stoamch is crambing. I am 18 years old and wieght about 155
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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Your symptom of headache and nausea with dizziness does need evaluation by a doctor. The possibility is that of either inner ear problems or it may be related to migraine. Some more details about the headache, its duration, location etc will be needed before concluding anything. Since symptoms have been there for only 2 weeks so a scan (CT/ MRI) will be needed to rule out anything serious. After the diagnosis is made appropriate treatment for headache & giddiness can be started by neurologist.
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