Neck pain nausea dizziness

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Patients with dizziness due to neck pathology (cervicogenic dizziness) often complain of dizziness that is worse with particular head movements and when the head is maintained in one specific posture for prolonged periods. Neck pain and a headache in the occipital region (the back of the head above the neck) may be associated with the dizziness. The dizziness may last minutes to hours after assuming certain head positions.
My wife, now 47, a has been having neck pain and shoulder tightness for more than a year, She also frequently has numbness in her little finger and ring finger on her right hand. She sometimes gets dizzy. For the past week she has been naseus in combination with the rest of it, and very tired. This seems to be related to knotted muscles at the outer edge of her right arm joins the shoulder blade very near her underarm, and also to emotional stress.
I continued exercises for 2 weeks and each time I felt worse after doing them. I was wearing scopalomine patches to decrease nausea and dizziness to return to work. I had been out of work and not driving for over a week. I started seeing a physical therapist. I had 4 sessions where I had my neck in traction and performed exercises. I was then told dizziness was being caused by allergy/sinus issues and to keep taking claritin and wearing patches.
I didnt suffer from anything major (or so I thought) except soreness in the neck, headache. Since then I have have headaches and on/off dizziness. I have been going to physio since and have just started acupuncture. The first trreatment was so super amazing I dont remember feeling headache free and that good in a long time. The relief lasted 2-3 days. I have had 2 more treatments since then that were "ok" not as good as the first but w some relief.
Her TSH is normal and MRI's, CT's and a octreotide scan were all negative. Yet, she has intense head pain, nausea every time she eats, dizziness, fatigue and feels "washed out" most of the time. Last week her blood pressure dropped to 80/35 but rebounded with the addition of salt tablets. Her team of doctors said they had run all the tests they could think to run and had been unable to come up with a diagnosis.
hey doctornee medical this week i`m going to have x-ray panorama on my teeth becuase of my impacted wisdom tooth and possibility of some tooth root abscess becuase last summer i have an absceess and the pain was aufwul i had dizziness too but i fixed it my doctor drained 2 or 3 times...and i was wondering if the infections of the abscess cause my symptoms ...muscle twitches...nausea fatigue dizziness or maybe i too much read on internet..:-) ??
Nausea with dizziness, stomach protruding, neck pain, weak, and cold legs and hands. Any idea?
If you use computer a lot or read a lot then the symptoms of headache, dizziness, neck pain, numbness etc could be due to compression of the spinal nerves in the cervical spine region. This can happen due to overuse of computers, work involving straining of neck, herniated disc, canal stenosis, bone disease, spondylosis, poor posture etc. A MRI of the cervical spine and nerve conduction studies may be required. Please consult a neurologist.
Around the same time i started having severe dizziness and nausea, sometimes vomiting. Doctors keep saying its stress or anxiety, i am on xanax and ativan and it does not help. I have been on anti deppresants most of my life but over the last 8 months everything seems to give me reactions such as chest pain, vomiting shortness of breath.
I've had the dizziness/nausea/vertigo before, but never this bad. I basically get motion sickness whenever I walk or move. I'm fine sitting/laying still, as long as I don't close my eyes. When I close my eyes it feel like the whole room is spinning. I'm sure it's the dizziness that's causing the nausea. When I had to ride in the car it was so bad. I get heaving and had to have the windows down even though it was freezing cold. Anyone have this or know more about it?
constant dizziness (unsteadiness) that is only relieved by laying down, nausea (feels like motion sickness), headaches that build up slowly the longer I am sitting up/standing until they become so bad they will keep me up all night..even waking me up from sleep, can't drive because I get so car sick, and reading makes it all 10x worse (except now i'm on meds that are enough to let me read some). This has been going on for 2 1/2 months now.
Since then I have been fighting random waves of nausea that accompany the dizziness. A word of warning, if you feel the nausea, don't let it get so bad that you start throwing up. The motions and muscles used in the process put a massive strain on the back of the head and neck which right after surgery is not comfortable by any means. A couple times I actually took medicine to knock myself out to make sure this wouldn't happen because the pain was so bad when it did. Hope this helps!
MY DOCTOR JUST ASSUMED IT WAS A SIDE EFFECT OF THE MEDICATION AND HAD ME START TAKING IT AT A DIFFERENT TIME. THE NAUSEA STILL CONTINUED, AND 3 WEEKS AGO I STOPPED TAKING THE MEDICATION. I'M STILL FEELING NAUSEOUS THOUGH, AND NOW I ALSO HAVE SOME STOMACH DISCOMFORT. NOT A PAIN, JUST DISCOMFORT. I DON'T HAVE ACID REFLUX, BUT I HAVE NOTICED THAT I HAVE BEEN BELCHING A LOT AND AT NIGHT I CAN FEEL SOMETHING BUBBLING IN THE BACK OF MY THROAT, KIND OF LIKE DRINKING A SODA.
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A MRI of the cervical spine and nerve conduction studies may be required. If your neck MRI is clear then the pain could be referred to the neck due to spinal problems of the upper back, or it could be due to tight neck muscles, or due to stress and anxiety or due to clots in the carotid artery. Hence you can get a MRI of the upper back spine and a dopplar study of the carotids. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
I've been to primary care, urgent care, er, head and neck, neurologists, cardiologists, chiropractors. I've had horrible headaches, back pain, neck pain, nausea, dizziness, lightheadedness, muscle weakness, memory difficulty, EXTREME feeling of being out of reality, uncoordination, trouble concentrating, difficulty speaking. The dizziness seems to come from my head like inside my head is spinning. I'm the one that's moving not the room.
Hi! I am sorry to hear about your medical problems. Some pain and stiffness at the injection site (at the level of C7 vertebra) are expected. However, if you feel dizziness, nausea and vomiting then please inform your doctor immediately. This may be due to spinal nerve irritation or a bleed and should be looked into immediately. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you.
by the end of the day i felt nausea and chills but i thought it was all part of a hungover but i couldnt get to sleep and i was shaking but i dint feel cold i also felt nausea but it wasnt like a normal hungover it was weird the next day i felt a slight neck pain but its more like pressure. i felt better later that day but then at night it happened again and its been happening ever since. not everyday but when it does i feel tired very sleepy and now i feel dizzy, and nauseated.
EMG showed constant stimulation of triceps due to pinched nerve at C 5/6. Also have headaches, nausea, dizziness, neck and back pain, poor ability to think and articulate when vertical for periods of time. When my neck has been in certain positions for too long (such as using a video camera), I am slammed by a wave of nausea, diarrhea, my face flushes, pupils sometimes dilate, and feelings of impending stroke. I will often have tremors for up to 2 hours after.
I am an 18 year old female and am suffering from chronic dizziness/lightheadedness, nausea but no vomiting, trouble focusing my eyes, headaches, and sporadic pains through my torso; mostly chest and stomach. These symptoms have been going on since the middle of April this year (2007) and I've lost about 15 pounds since it started. Some days it'll be okay and other days It'll feel like I'm dying. I've been in and out of the hospital since it started, and my doctor's office knows me by name.
Since that time I have been suffering with periods of; severe headache, severe neck pain, painfull eyes, dizziness, nausea, weakness, fatigue, restless sleep. Now I have the headache, neck pain and pain in eyes and all the other symptoms, constantly for about 3 months. I have sensitivity to light and pain in eyes/ nausea when looking at some thing close or sometimes in the same room. I am also experiencing pain in all joints which is pronounced in knees ans shoulders.
Hi, The symptoms of neck pain, dizziness and headache may be due to an injury to the spinal nerves during the Chiropractor’s neck twisting manoeuvre. Please go for MRI of the neck and spine and consult a neurologist for diagnosis and proper treatment. Please take rest and limit your physical activity till you get a proper treatment as it may aggravate the symptoms. Hope this helps you. Take care and regards!
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