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Dizziness, loss of apetite, pressure in abdomen, nausea after being treated for headaches, back pressure. Headache treated with antibiotics. Suggestions?

Just got out of the hospital for headaches and severe back pressure and pain and dizziness with vomiting . No fever. Checked blood and showed mild anemai, checked for spinal infection due to staph infection a few months ago when severe headaches started, severe headache and could not stop throwing up in hospital. Refused any more pain meds, Begged for antibiotics and in a short time my headache was better. Ears and nose started popping and cleared up. No signs of infection except possible uti . No one believed I stopped having a headache from antibiotics. Got a spinal tap. Everything immediately came back normal and i was released. 2 days have gone by and just a mild headache but new symptoms. Extremely dizzy, not wanting to eat, pressure on right side of abdomen with sporadic mild pain, slight nausea
Asked On : Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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Neurologist 's  Response
Nov 2013
Thank you for posting your query.

Your symptoms suggested an infection, and you are getting better with antibiotics. You should complete the course of antibiotics, at least 10-14 days. Otherwise, the infection may make a comeback.
Current symptoms of nausea and loss of appetite are common after recovery from an infection. You would get better soon.

I hope my answer helps. Please get back if you require any additional information.

Wishing you good health,

Dr Sudhir Kumar MD (Internal Medicine), DM (Neurology)
Senior Consultant Neurologist
Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad, India
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Answered: Thu, 28 Nov 2013
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