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Headache, lower abdominal pain, dizziness, nausea. Any idea?

Hello, I m a bit unsure of how i m feeling at the moment. For the past two to three days I have been experiencing many different thing such as headaches , lower abdominal pain , dizziness , nausea etc. More recently I had felt an unusual feeling in my stomach . Like it was closing up, I looked into it and my mom said it may be due to a lack of iron. I have not visited my GP as of yet, as I have been waiting to see if things look up, over the days, they have become less frequent, but tend to switch. One time I am feeling bad in my stomach, the next the dizziness and headaches have returned and my stomach is fine. I am male. Have you any idea what this may be?
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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Hello, luke_is_ere-2k9,
Headache might be caused by a number of things including tension, anxiety
or some times fluctuating blood sugar levels. Eye problems can do this too.
Dizziness may be associated with your headache or it could be from inner
ear problems. Lower abdominal pain could be from constipation and gas
retention. Nausea can go with headache.
Serious conditions such as brain tumor or abdominal epilepsy are rare.
Low Iron can make you feel tired and week and can cause dizziness .
Hope your doctor will do the right kind of tests to help you.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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