Allergy headache dizziness

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Avatar f tn · dizziness/unsteadiness · rash · headache · drowsiness · feeling sick, also called nausea · vomiting · feeling weak · double vision, blurred vision · tremor (shakiness) · trouble sleeping · loss of memory · confusion · irritability/aggression · agitation increased activity in children · joint or back pain Other reported side effects include: · diarrhoea · liver problems · tiredness or feeling sleepy · movement problems such as tics, unsteadiness and jerkiness · hallucination That should be
Avatar f tn I am totally amazed at how many people have this problem with dizziness brain fog and sinus problems how could these doctors not know what is going on I have also had all these symptoms had two mris seen two doctors allergy speciallist and neuerologist my neuerologist gave me spinal tap to rule out ms thank goodness it was negative had bloodwork done all normal my neuerologist seems to think that anxiety is causing this he said its number one reason for dizziness I dont know what to beli
Avatar n tn The best person to see is a neurologist specializing in headache, or at a headache center, such as the Cleveland Clinic Headache Center. They can differentiate benign from non-benign headache and provide appropraite treatment for both the headache and the other symptoms.
Avatar f tn My daughter has a history of migraine headaches associated with her period, but this time is different. The headache is milder, started with dizziness and vomiting for 2 days, but the headache has continued for 6 weeks. The dizziness was a problem for 3 weeks, then subsided but now has returned. The nausea has not led to additional vomiting, but she has trouble eating. She has lost at least 10 pounds.
1208279 tn?1289024383 I really get these same reactions from my body. headache, dizziness, lightheaded, the general feeling of body weakness, body malaise and sometimes if it gets really worse i'd get palpitations. it's really not a good feeling. after the great drink comes the great consequence of all the symptoms. I just don't get it why I experience this. and also i only experience this when the drink is cold.
Avatar n tn The rash shold have completely settled by then. Other side-effects of the drug include the following- severe headache, dizziness, blurred vision fever, chills, body aches, flu symptoms severe blistering, peeling, and red skin rash urinating less than usual or not at all pale or yellowed skin, dark colored urine, fever, confusion or weakness. Stop using doxycycline and call your doctor at once if you have any of these serious side effects. Ref:http://www.revolutionhealth.
779797 tn?1263621835 Excessive alcohol drinking can cause dizziness, tiredness, headache, and dehydration. It's called intoxication, not allergy. None of your symptoms point to an alcohol allergy. I suggest you stay away from it. Why make matters worse? Have you seen a doctor for any of these symptoms? Something as simple as an inner ear problem can also cause dizziness. Allergies can pop up out of nowhere. Did you test positive for anything?
Avatar m tn For the second consecutive year, at almost precisely the same time in the calendar year, I am experiencing identical symptoms of general dizziness. Last year I visited my GP and he suggested it may be a consequence of the amount I was working and the inconsistent eating patterns that resulted. Because it was not debilitating, or accompanied by any other worrying symptoms (ie.
Avatar n tn It started one morning when I woke up and I couldn't cross the room without swaying. Ever since then I have had dizziness. I've noticed it's worse when I am sitting for too long, and it's better when I'm lying down. I went to the doctor today and she told me my blood pressure was low and so was my blood glucose. However, after eating sugar like she suggested, the dizziness increased. It also gets worse as the day progresses and I often feel like it's an effort to keep my head upright.
225237 tn?1333142599 Your symptoms actually do not sound worrisome (I mean, not dangerous), even though I know how frightening dizziness can be. Dizziness is VERY RARELY a sign of anything dangerous. Your doctor is just referring you to a neurologist in order to cover all the bases. It's very possible that the dizziness is caused by anxiety, maybe increased by hormones before your period. This is extremely common. It's a vicious circle: anxiety can make you dizzy, the dizziness just makes you more anxious.
1256468 tn?1269410365 Although this symptom seems related to my more serious dizziness in that I can experience both problems simultaneously, I do not know why I feel this way or why I sometimes do not feel the more severe dizziness. The more severe dizziness definitely seems to be made worse by sound. If some action causes a sudden noise, I may get severely messed up for a second or two.
Avatar n tn Hi. The dizziness and unsteadiness, without any other accompanying symptoms, can be more likely related to either a vestibular disorder or a cerebellar disorder. It would be advisable to go ahead with the MRI and consult with your neurologist. Also, a consult with an ENT physician might help detect or rule out any vestibular cause to your condition. Good luck.
Avatar n tn 5mg now almost taken it for 5 years , asthmatic and allergic rhinitis recently she complain of sudden paroxysmal attack of vertigo ***-cited with dizziness and headache with blurred voisson only when she moves her head back the attack persists for 2 min only.
Avatar f tn This weekend was particularly bad in our area. Yesterday, I woke up very dizzy. The dizziness only occured when I moved around - but did not affect me when sitting still, reading, worlking on the computer, etc. I never had a headache or nausea, just motion sickness when changing positions. This lasted pretty much all day. Could this be caused by allergies? Any other ideas? I am still a little dizzy today - but nothing like yesterday.
Avatar m tn A week later I took a single 325mg acetaminophen tablet for a headache caused by my stomach medicines, and the same set of symptoms occurred with slightly less severity, In which the idea that it may be an allergy came to mind. A month later i dislocated my knee pretty badly at work. I prefer not to take opiates, they don't give me any side effects, i just don't like them.
Avatar n tn Put me on Clarinex to try for a month, if that doesn't work the Singulair plus Nasonex. DOes this sound right? COuld this all be causing the dizziness? I've had allergy testing done and do not have any allergies, but the ENT still feels these meds will help decrease the inflammation. ANy thoughts on this? ANyone have any views on the meds? WHat can I expect with this? Should I see a neurologist? Or if it were something not good, it would be getting worse, right?
Avatar f tn Then in June, I was sitting at work and I got a very weird pressure feeling in the base of my skull. I thought it was a tension headache so I let it go. Three days later, the pressure was still there and had spread throughout my entire head so it felt like my brain was going to explode and I was VERY dizzy. I ended up in the ER where they did NOTHING. Four days later, I went back to the ER with the same symptoms and they did a cat scan and said everything looked fine.
Avatar m tn Besides sinus headache, tension headache and migraine should be ruled out. Ideally an MRI or MRA is done for headache that does not respond to medication. If the headache subsides on its own or on taking medicines, MRI is usually not necessary. Hope that this information helps and hope that you will get better soon. Thank you for using MedHelp's "Ask an Expert" Service, where we feature some of world's renowned medical experts in their fields.
Avatar m tn Headache (4%), fatigue (2% to 3%), malaise (1%), fever (3%), dizziness (2%) Dermatologic: Rash (9%), pruritus (3%) Endocrine & metabolic: Decreased libido (1%), hypertriglyceridemia, hypokalemia (2%) Gastrointestinal: Abdominal pain (2%), anorexia (1%), vomiting (5%), diarrhea (3%) Hepatic: Abnormal LFTs (3%), hepatitis Renal: Albuminuria (1%) The decision whether to start treatment is individual, and the benefit/risk ratio needs to be discussed with your personal physician.
Avatar n tn I don't get the normal sneezing and runny nose, but I do have a stuffy head (feel like I'm walking around in a fog) and get post nasal drip and headache. I start suffering from nausea and what I believe is heartburn. This is really affecting my every day life during this time. I usually start feeling better around July and then it starts all over for a few months in the fall. I have been to the gastrologist and had an endoscopy done twice.
Avatar n tn Next time I went to a different eye doctor and she suggested I may have an allergy to epinephrine. Actually, I later found out my mother has an allergy to epinephrine. The doctor was able to take pictures of my eyes which are apparently a decent alternative to dilation.
Avatar m tn Yes, I have been suffering from vision problems for years and I suspect it's from allergies (my guess is mold since that's the one that I severely reacted to during my testing). Also have neurological type problems that must be allergy related because all of the testing that I have always comes back normal. I, like all of you, have days where I feel better and days where I'm bad. Can't figure it out. It's really bizarre.
Avatar n tn Other tests used are blood tests like RAST. If it comes out negative then other causes of dizziness and headache and low WBC have to be explored. Hope it helps.Take care and pls do keep me posted if you have any additional queries.Kind regards.
Avatar f tn I have had dizziness for 4 years now. Recently it has gotten worse. It gets really bad at night to where I can hardly walk without feeling like I am falling over. It is really depressing me. I can't even go to the bathroom. I have tried antivert and it does not help, it makes me worse. The doctors can't figure out what is wrong and I am at my wits end. It feels like my neck is really tense and it hurts.
Avatar n tn I have emetiphobia (irrational fear of throwing up) so I would always get really scared and assume I just had the stomach flu until one day I finally realized I always had garlic breath when I was feeling sick so I gathered garlic and raw onions were the culprates. Now I also get a headache, lightheadedness, and sweating. I'm not sure it is an allergy for me and I know excessive amounts of garlic in people who don't have this problem will make them get our symptoms.
Avatar n tn What was it you experienced, spinning around sensation or Imbalance? 3. For how long did it remain? 4. Any headache, reduced hearing or tinnitus associated with it? 5. Any history of Diabetes/ Blood pressure? 6. Any previous history of cold/ nasal allergy? 7. Any more episodes after this incident?
Avatar n tn HI, I posted a similar question to the same effects you are experiencing only yesterday. I am 34 year old male, i just had my appendics removed, i have had gastro problems for a long time but learnt to live with them. My dizzy spells started a few years ago i put it down to drinking alcohol [as did my doc] so i gave that up a year ago i am still getting spells of dizziness. My doctor also thinks this may be anxiety related. I am not convinced as these spells seem to happen when my tum is sore.
784382 tn?1376934640 feb 19th 2010 i woke up dizzy and didnt know why, it was my sister wedding and i thought maybe just nerves. i took sea sick meds (wedding was on a yacht) and it helped a little bit. after a few weeks it didnt go away and it scared me so much that i didnt want to go anywhere thinking i would get dizzy. I went to my GP and she looked and said i looked fine, called for blood work and told me to go to a neurologist. blood work came back NORMAL.
Avatar n tn I recently saw an MD at a university who believes dizziness can be caused by fatigue. Dizziness can be nerve-wracking, especially when the cause is unknown. When you see your MD, discuss your fear of a tumor. He may be able to put your fears to rest or explain when it will be appropriate to do a brain scan.