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Why does my mother feel nauseated and vomit a lot ?

Elderly mother has times where she throws up and feels nausea then is goes away and comes back for weeks at a time She is 72 years old has had brain surgery to drain a siswhen she was in her forties and has some dizziness caused when she moves her head up and down to fast. Which caused some nausea but not like this. In the last year she has gotten nausea and been throwing up alot more often. She has diabetes but it is undercontrol and she take medication for it and hypertension. I am very worried. Thanks for your Help. Any ammunation you can give me to get her to the doctor would help alot.
Asked On : Tue, 12 Apr 2011
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Thanks for choosing a cyst present previously was it a infectious/inflammatory one?? please give details.The symptoms are vague and could be due to disorders of vestibular apparatus(organs of balance inside the ear) and also uncontrolled bp can present similarly.i suggest you get athorough evalauation done to resolve the issues.
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