Diarrhea, stomach ache, migraine, nausea, no appetite. Problem?
I have been a bit off for a few weeks. Initially after a night of lack of sleep, all due to a hospitalization of a relative I ate out, fast food, and got stomach cramps and diarrhea. That went away after a day. Post that, I received my first migraine, I m 25 and that lasted about 2 days, it...
Stomach ache with nausea and sweats
I am a 42 year old black male; healthy, except I have had a stomach ache, nausea for about 3 days and last night a small temp because I was cold and sweating. What is wrong? Thanks
Stomach ache, nausea
My seven year old complains of his stomach hurting all the time as he falls to the floor. There were a few days a few weeks ago that he would throw up one time during the night but act totally fine during the day. We kept him home from school a few days then the next week he did the same and had...
Stomach ache with nausea and pain in rib cage. What is causing this ?
been having stomach pains that make me feel nausus and gives me pain on my rib cage expecially on my right side. I also get head aches and over my eyes and sometimes i feel dizzy. I get these pains all the time from when i wake up in the morning to when i go to sleep. It s even worse when i eat...
i had a headache for a few days with nausea. the minor headache is on all sides of the head. i had a stomach ache for 4 days now. im worried its a brain tumor?
no chance of brain tumour
as the history pin towars sinusitis with post nasal drip leading to hyperacidity and stomach ache
you should get xray pns waters view and treat it
for time you can take metronidazole 00 m bd for 5 days
antacid liquid tds
and analgesic sos for pain
is having a stomach ache a common symptom of a brain tumor. like what symptoms do you get before the stomach ache if you have a brain tumor?
Stomach ache is NOT a common symptom of a brain tumour, but certain brain tumours, especially of the autonomic nervous system, may produce a stomach ache, high blood pressure, fast heart rate, sweating, etc. The usual symptoms of a brain tumour are headache, vomiting, and, at times, other neurological disturbances.
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