Frequent urination fatigue and nausea

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I also have dizziness and frequent urination... been there and done that (unfortunately) for many years now. I can tell you that it is common --- at least for those of us who have CFS. I'm sure the same goes for people with fibro... I know the dizziness does. One suggestion that I can give you is to check out the Marshall Protocol. (google Marshall Protocol + success stories). It is a research protocol that I'm on and I am getting better. I can actually tolerate gluten now !
I also have issues with mild dizziness and fatigue and random shortness of breath. I'm not sure if all of my issues are related but i would like to get them figured out especially the stomach and urination problems. I am a 23 year old female with no known health issues. however i did have a short stent of anxiety a little over a year ago. but i have not had any attacks since. I have been to the doctor and have gotten multiple blood tests done which have all come out normal.
Ok, after taken 1000 mg (never had this dose level before) of Ibuprofen, I had began to experience frequent urination that night. Not realizing a possible connection, I took the same dose again the following day and 3 celebrex (1 day dose)during that week. Problem with frequent urination continues six weeks later. 6-7x a night at minimum. Problem also during the day.
Hi Orange, Since two or three days, i have been having symptoms like nausea in the morning, fatigue, dizziness, need for sleeping,headaches, slight pain in my neck, frequent urination and heaviness in my head.I've taken vitamins and it gave me little relief. Please help me and let me know what's my problem. Am feeling very scared.
I had my last period on 25th june 2007 and its been 74 days I didnt get my periods ,but I dont have any nausea ,sore breasts or blue veins on my breasts .The only thing I am experiencing is fatigue,and I did get some spottings and cramps in my lower abdomen but not like what i used to have and they just go away within some 6-8 day (2 times) I always used to drink water alot so I dont know these days I am feeling thirsty or its just a usual habit .
I have had frequent urination and bladder pressure for 7 months, with two UTI's negative, and a urologist appointment in a month- I'm concerned! After reading your message I realized it is a good idea to look into ovarian cysts. I never even thought about that until coming to this site. Would you, or anyone else recommend forgetting about the urologist and going straight to getting an ultrasound?
I have been lucky and not had any morning sickness, however the fatigue is awful. Now j have gotten to the point where eating almost makes me feel sick and the nausea lasts all day but I haven't actually gotten sick. Has this ever happened to anyone?
I've been suffering since 2007 with nausea, vomiting, frequent urination, insomnia, severe chills, pain in the middle of the back, and funny taste in the mouth, especially after eating chocolate does anyone know what this is? I've been to several doctors that at first think I just have an infection. I also was ruled out for thyroid issues. I just had an adrenal stress gland test done and am awaiting the results.
More specialized tests can include a 24-hr pH study or a gastric emptying scan to exclude GERD or gastroparesis respectively. The other symptoms, such as the frequent urination and palpitations, are outside the scope of this forum, and can be asked in the urology and cardiology forums respectively. The aforementioned GI tests should be discussed with a gastroenterologist.
till last wednesday am having all the signs of pregnancy like Nausea, Fatigue and frequent urination.........but since Thursday........all the signs just disappeared...........I know in 2nd triemster things started to get better. But am really concerned and worried bcoz i already have a M/C in the 14th week. So please help me.........Did this happened to someone else as well. how can i confirm that my baby is fine as my appointment is on 8th of this month but somehow i can't wait for a week.
There may also be lack of strength, dizziness, ringing in the ears, pain or weakness in the low back and/or knees, frequent urination, night urination, and possible edema in the ankles and lower legs.
For the longest time befor ei was diagnosed with a UTI i would feel sick when i had to urinate, I am wondering if this constant nausea and fatigue is a sign that the infection is out of control and has become complicated. Thank you for your time. -------------------------------------------------------------- Dear Anne Thanks for your questions. The incidence of side effects for Cipro is low .
* abdominal discomfort or pelvic pain * bloating * difficulty eating or feeling full quickly * frequent urination * fatigue * backache * nausea, indigestion, loss of appetite * weight loss * change in bowel habits * gas * pain during intercourse * abnormal vaginal bleeding (rare)
This time the fatigue, which is more severe than usual, is accompanied by a sick headache and a roaring sound in my ears, that slightly distorts my hearing, plus I'm experiencing some dizzyness and mild nausea. I do not have ear or sinus problems and the severe fatigue and sick headache would also not indicate these. Whatever it is, the heavy physical activity, has caused it to manifest and doesn't act as if it is getting better, like fatigue spells in the past have.
) Eyes/Vision Double, blurry or dim vision Increased floating spots Pain in/behind eyes, or swelling around eyes Over sensitivity to light Flashing lights Optic neuritis Ears/Hearing Decreased hearing in one or both ears Buzzing or clicking noises in ears Pain in ears or sound sensitivity Ringing in one or both ears Pressure or feeling of fullness in ears Digestive and Excretory Systems Diarrhea, irritable bowel Constipation Irritable bladder (trouble starting, stopping) Frequen
thirst that is noticeable, weight loss although the person may be eating a lot, fatigue (also a symptom of low glucose), frequent urination because the person is consuming lots of liquids to quench the thirst.
This bigeminy and trigeminy always occurs in the evening, sometime around 7 or 8 as I'm settling down from dinner and a trip to the gym. As I let my mind and body relax, the PVCs get more frequent and eventually as I lay down to get to sleep the PVCs occur at nearly every other beat. Lately, I haven't been able to take this at night, so I will jump out of bed and furiously pump out about 50 push-ups without stopping. This gets my heart rate up quite a bit, maybe around 80 or 90 bpm.
In addition I have been feeling dizzy (and also like I am in a fog) and nauseous with suddent fatigue for a few weeks and sudden urge to pee (and when I do 20 minutes later I have to pee again and still a lot). I also get dry and watery eyes (but I did have lasik a few years ago). Then I also feel very thirsty and my lips feel dry. The DR on Monday (OBGYN) diagnosed me with IBS, even though the Gastro DR didn't. Hmmm...
The only symptom that stuck with me was the frequent urination, fatigue, and food aversions (hate chicken!!!). So don't worry too much about it because it can be normal. When is your next OB appt? Good luck.
i am a 36 year old with 2 children and also in the last year been suffering with headaches and the last few weeks dizziness and nausea. i am very worried thta something is wrong with me and have a unsympathtic over worked doctor who makes me feel no better.can someone give me a answer please?
Bowel pain, worse before bowel movement but not constipated. Frequent urination and urination urgency. Pain is worse if don't urinate quickly. No burning during urination, but 'bladder' pain just before urination starts. Swollen stomach and usually very hard like I am pregnant, feels very tight and heavy. Nausea, sometimes gagging but no actual vomiting. Fatigue, dizziness and weakness. Abdominal and back pain worse mid cycle, just before and after period.
The HCG can cause symptoms like sore breasts/nipples, nausea, fatigue, frequent urination, and many many more.
Other family members also got the virus but we have all now recovered. My daughter is still suffering with thirst, nausea , vomiting and fatigue/listless a week later. Do you think it is possible that she may be developing juvenile diabetes?
The excessive thirst is always accompinied by frequent urination. The thirst is often for something sweet, because your body is looking for energy where ever it can get it. Other symptoms include rapid weight-loss and not the good kind either, before I was diagnosed I lost 35lbs in 2 weeks. If you do exhibit these symptoms get your blood sugar tested if you have access to a glucose tester.
A month ago I started with dizziness, a feeling of falling and nausea. A few days later it was full Vertigo and vomiting that lasted for 3 more days. I thought I would die. Doctors thought I had a UT infection or GI infection and gave me antibiotics, when the Vertigo got worse they gave me steroids and an anti-nausea med that seemed to help but I had persistent dizziness and occasional vertigo for 3 weeks after.
My breast ache out of this world, i have periods of nauseousness, frequent urination but got a BFN when I tested. I know it may be to early to test but if I was pregnant & experiencing the signs wouldn't that mean my hcg was high enough to show on hpt? My period is due on 2/4 so I guess I will try to be patient I just don't know if I should continue taking the progesterone...
Every woman is different but for most its sore boobs,nausea, food aversions, fatigue and frequent urination. Just google "5 weeks pregnant" and you will find TONS of info.
Symptoms of too much calcium (hypercalcemia) can include some of the following, frequent urination, excessive thirst, dehydration, fatigue and profound muscle weakness, nausea, vomiting, constipation, itching, and confusion. The diagnosis is made by drawing a blood calcium level. This is a treatable condition but it can be quite serious. So, in people with a lot of bone damage, taking extra calcium may not be recommended.
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