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Have nausea, increased heartbeat, vomiting, dizziness, headache. What could it be?

Today I woke up feeling sick and nauseous. I got to work and started hearing my heavily beating (not fast just heavy) in my right ear. After vomiting, I was very slow and dizzy. Then I got a headache and the nausea came back. I eat regularly, I'm not dehydrated, and have been getting a lot of sleep. I have had a lot of stress though. Do you know what it could be? We are all stumped. Thank you!
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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The symptoms you have can be due to various causes-
* Indigestion,gastritis-following aheavy &spicy food Or fast.
*Middle ear infection-with sinusitis,toncillitis, wax with H/O pinning etc.
* depression&psychological stress
* Tab promethasinetheoclate 25 mg 1 tab 2 times a day can be taken with advice of your GP -&checking B.P.
* take a bland,nurishing diet in small &frequent servings.
* consulting an ENT surgeon is sometimes needed
Take care.
Thank you.

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Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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