Vomiting headache aching joints

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Usually patients give a history of frequent headaches, requiring a lot of over the counter medications, and finally the headache turns in to a daily headache unresponsive to medications. Do you have a history of migraine headaches ( one sided headaches, with nausea, vomiting, aversion to light and sound?) or a family history of migraine headaches?
My joints and muscles have been aching including my eyes, my headache now has an additional throbbing sensation that is very intense, and have felt worse in general. For the duration of this time, my vision has slowly gotten better and is almost back to normal. To this day, I still have the headache. It's been over 5 weeks, and undoubtedly the WORST headache I have ever had, not to mention the most intense pain I've had.
It went away pretty quick, but then I had a really bad day, and since then it has come and gone. It is not an aching headache, I sometimes wish I just had that instead, but a pressure on top of my head, and in forehead, and also on top of my nose there was awful pressure. No matter what i did it didnt help. I thought sinus was just forehead and nose, but doc said it can spread to other parts of the head, but i dont believe this. It gets worse sometimes when im walking about.
i have had a high fever, shooting pains ravaging my joints as well as aching joints and back. this seemed to clear up till last night when i awoke in the middle of the night projectile vomiting. i ve now got sore eyes, a headache and feeling very tired and nausious. is it possible i have either picked up a virus or is this a symptom of my hole in the brain gland getting bigger?
vomiting, nausea, fainting, dizzy, migraines, constant headache, aching joints, swollen feet hands joints face glands and throat, really bad circulation, difficulty breathing, heart palpation, hot cold sweats, high temperatures, and probably only urinate maybe once a day, severe stomach pains and sharp pains around kidneys, lately i have been passing blood and vomiting blood.
Headache. Fever (38o to 40oC). Aching muscles and joints. Chest pains. Lack of appetite. Fatigue and weakness. A runny nose and sore throat. Dry cough. Restless sleep. Chills and shivering. Indigestion. Vomiting or diarrhea. **Either way you probably ought to see a doctor and not let this linger.
1)High glucose readings...anywhere from 386 to well over 600 2)Fatigue 3)Aching limbs and stiff joints 4)Blurred vision...also when I am in a sunny room, it looks like I'm peeping through cotton, as if everything has white or fuzzy'halos' around it 5)Breath odor...not sure if it's associated with ketosis or not 6)Headache 7)Stomach pain, usually in the center of my stomach 8)Extreme hunger so bad that it makes me feel as if I'm going to throw up. Sorry for the mess.
i have been taking prescribed co codamol for at least 15 years now ,ranging from 2 x500mg tabs a day up to 8 x 500mg tabs a day ,i hardly ever get to the point where i run out as i have a repeat perscription every month and even if i do ,im only without for a couple of days and usually the most i experiance is the runs ,but i ran out of my tabs on saturday and i cant get my new tabs til tomomrrow when they go to the chemist ,so this is day 6 without them and for the past 5 days i have been feeli
He has had aching joints, a headache and it hurts for him to turn his eyes. He has had significant nausea, no vomiting. He has eaten only a few bites and has lost 15 lbs. You can see quarter sized swollen lymph nodes when he turns his neck. His WBC is 3.1, his PLT is 80 and his LYMPH is 0.9. the rest of the values are normal. Thank you for any advice.
I am 55 years old, have had chronic neck (stenosis) and back pain for years, and occasionally get aching joints after unusual physical activity, but have never experienced anything quite like this. My questions: What is this? Could it be gout (does it come on this suddenly)? Will I place myself at risk if I wait until next week, when I'm back at home, to see a doctor? Thanks for any help you might give.
Wow, this sounds a lot like me. Tired all the time, aching joints (like with the flu), dont want to do anything, hands fall asleep easily. I even get phantom sharp pains - quick, out of the blue, and then gone. I had 2 enlarged parathyroids removed last year. My PTH and calcium were both high. I was hoping my symptoms would go away after the surgery, and they seemed to lessen for a short time, but now it's back.
diarrhea; headache; heartburn or indigestion; nausea or vomiting. Doctor monitoring is needed. Traditional NSAIDs Ibuprofen Ketoprofen Naproxen NSAIDs help relieve pain within hours of administration in dosages available over the counter (available for all three medications). They relieve pain and inflammation in dosages available in prescription form (ibuprofen and ketoprofen). It may take several days to reduce inflammation.
html Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) Sufferers can experience severe, disabling tiredness, especially after physical or mental exertion. Sleeping often fails to bring refreshment. Other symptoms include aching muscles and joints, headaches, a sore throat and other flu-like symptoms. People with CFS also have difficulty with concentration and memory. Symptoms can last for months or even years, and some sufferers can experience relapses throughout their lives.
i was sent to a rheumatologist last week by my primary doc because of severely aching joints, esp shouder, elbows. hips and knees which started about 6 months ago and has been getting worse every month. he ordered 15 tests to be drawn. my next appt is 3 weeks. i was addicted to oxycodone for about 6 months last summer. what kind of meds do they put you on for fibromyalgia?
I have just been having so many symptoms that I thought was fibromyalgia but now I find out it is probably the hep. Stomach discomfort, pain in joints, itchy skin, headache shooting pains. IT is just so much to comprehend and learn about. I am taking lots of vitamins and the three supplements for the hep, milk thistle, selenium, and Alpha lip A. Now it seems my symptoms are worse. Do you think all that could be taking to much for my liver to metabolize right? I am thinking of stopping it all.
I think the highlights are Seronegative (RA test is normal as of now) Polyarticular (multiple joints) symmetric (I think) arthritis, involving both large and small joints, that is worse in the morning and gets better with movement. It does not involve the spine (if you did have spine pain then it would be called spondylopathy). A transient burning pain with tingling involving the hands, upper arms, thighs and feet, again worse in the morning.
I get random pains in my left ribs, tender to touch, palpatations, then random faint pulses, random shooting pains, aching joints, feeling of being out of it, confusion when speaking sometimes, inability to sleep and then other nights/days i could go 16 hours without waking up, ive had 4 uti's in the last year (have one now), numerous ear infections, i also have a very sore neck since my post op infection. I too am also waiting for my MRI scan date to come through.
I am there with ya! My joints are killing me but I also have an autoimmune disease so its making that worse. Back is killing me and I am so pleasent to be around. Ha! Headaches and tired all the time....and today is my birthday makes it more fun.
Other possibilities are fibromyalgia(a disorder classified by the presence of chronic widespread pain and tactile allodynia(pain even on touching) ,chronic fatigue syndrome(often manifests with widespread myalgia and arthralgia, cognitive difficulties, chronic mental and physical exhaustion) ,polymyositis (means 'many muscle inflammation') and polymyalgia rheumatica(an inflammatory disorder that causes widespread muscle aching and stiffness)Complete physical examination along with investigat
You may be more likely to have a seizure while taking tramadol if you have a history of seizures or head injury, a metabolic disorder, or if you are taking certain medicines such as antidepressants, muscle relaxers, or medicine for nausea and vomiting. Take tramadol exactly as it was prescribed for you. Do not take it in larger doses or for longer than recommended by your doctor. Do not take more than 300 milligrams of tramadol in one day.
I also like to listen to soothing music when my pain is high - it sometimes helps me to relax enough so the medications can help better and the relaxation alone can help soothe aching muscles and joints. Best of luck!
I have discovered that if I go more than 10 or 12 hours without my tramadol I begin getting a headache which progresses to nausea, upset stomach and a generally not feeling well, to the point that I have to lie down. Sometimes I even have cold sweats and chills. I have found myself taking one just to relieve those symptoms I am concerned that I am dependent on the tramadol and it doesn’t look like I am going to get rid of the pain, and the need, any time soon.
Finally, in June, I awoke one morning with the most excruciating headache I have ever had in my life. I began vomiting from the pain and could not stop. That morning my husband took me in to see my primary care physician, who gave me Phenergan and Demerol. I went home, fell asleep, and when I awoke, the headache was back in full-force. I was sent to the ER by my physician, and I was admitted for 8 days.
I found an article on the Rusell Venon Test. The name of the article is "Resolving the Riddle of Lupus Anticoagulant Testing". It said that the majority of patients diagnosed with LAs do not suffer from the autoimmune disease Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) and rarely develop any systemic autoimmune disorders. I know they are referring to people who do not have symptoms of lupus of coarse. But I googled> How accurate is the Rusell Venon Test for diagnosing lupus?
the problems I deal with now are just from cirrhosis. My hair and nails are healthier, the achy joints are made better w light exercise, and I am awake and ready to embrace another day every morning. I hope this helps. Treatment is hell. And it can kill the virus. It raged in me for almost 30 years. Gone. Nada. Zip. I would do it again in a heartbeat. Take care. As you can see, we ALL felt the effects and had 2nd doubts...
What meds are you currently taking for the pain? Does the pain feel like you have the flu,that type of aching,or do you have specific spots on your body which hurt more than others? It feels like muscle cramping and knots, and hurts like hell especially when pressed or touched or both? If so, those are called trigger, or tender points and they are very painful. There is a way to relieve them somewhat but again, it is VERY painful.
Hormonal imbalance, an underlying allergic reaction,and certain medications may cause this. Have your cervical spine checked by your physician. A cervical spine headache may be a differential.
I hardly ever took them during the day, except for the odd occassion that I had a headache or a toothache and then I would only take 3. It was night time that I would wait until everyone went to bed and then sit there and down up to 30. I needed to be able to go to bed and just fall asleep in a second and thats what they did for me.
palpitations, lung pain, twitching heart and brain (1 time), hallucinations (1 night), aching joints, migrains (4 full ones), etc.. crazy.. so, i't's been 4 months since tooth extraction (before extraction had fatigue and breathing problems when watching tv..
Low grade fever later in the day (around 100), joints started aching and my hands and knees looked swollen. Third day, no more rash anywhere (just really faint on my arms) but my hands are sooooo swollen. Wrists, fingers, and knees feel totally arthritic. Hurts to walk, type, drive, open things. Going back to the doctor today. He took blood the first day but I don't know if it was tested for 5ths. Everything else he said looked okay for the results. I'll let you know what happens today.
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