Your daughter has had fever vomiting and severe headaches for 4 days now is this some type of virus?
I hope you have shown her to a doctor. While any fever can cause headache and vomiting the combination of fever, severe headache and vomiting should be taken seriously.
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What does it mean if a contact lens user has regular severe headaches on the right side with a vomiting sensation?
The contact lenses probably have nothing to do with it. There are many things that can cause headaches, migraines often cause nausea as well. Go and see a doctor. *If your contacts do not fit properly or are damaging your eyes you can get migraines and light sensitivity but not nausea. You should… see your eye doctor if you are having light sensitivity and migraines* ( Full Answer )
You missed the train! Whenever a child falls from a height or hits their head on something this is good reason to at least go to a clinic or the ER. Concusion can occur hours or days later, so always have your child checked over by a doctor no matter if you feel the fall wasn't all that bad and your… child has stopped crying. The fall and the fever are unlikely to be related and if the fall was a week ago and you've seen no effects it probably wasn't serious. Prolonged fever in a child of that age does however merit a visit to the doctor. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Most certainly a headache is one symtom of shingles. If you don't have shingles you may be suffering from Cluster Headaches or Migraines. Please see your doctor.
He's sick and needs to be examined by a doctor so you can get him medicine.
What could cause sudden headache and vomiting without a fever yet blood pressure and body temperature are both normal?
well, i don't know the answer, but i will add that both my cousin and my brother experienced these same side effects. they mentioned that they had headaches and that their stomachs hurt at the beginning; however, there were no fevers involved so it wasn't contagious. later on during the night or the… next day, they began to throw up three or four times at one setting. they both said that it lasted for two or three days, then they were fine. i was puzzled because what else, besides the flu, would you have these symptoms? food poisoning, allergic reaction, etc, etc? just wierd! also, i came in to work today to find that two of my co-workers had the exact same symptoms and left work early. something is going around? well, i don't know the answer, but i will add that both my cousin and my brother experienced these same side effects. they mentioned that they had headaches and that their stomachs hurt at the beginning; however, there were no fevers involved so it wasn't contagious. later on during the night or the next day, they began to throw up three or four times at one setting. they both said that it lasted for two or three days, then they were fine. i was puzzled because what else, besides the flu, would you have these symptoms? food poisoning, allergic reaction, etc, etc? just wierd! also, i came in to work today to find that two of my co-workers had the exact same symptoms and left work early. something is going around? Hello! I get this the odd time and it has been confirmed as migraine headaches. Mine started when I was just 5 years old and they seem to run in the family (both father's and mother's) I find different things will bring one on, the biggest (for me) being the weather, sun exposure, not eating at a regular time and more recently a 'normal' headache will turn into a migraine. They also say diet can play a big part, but I really haven't narrowed my own headaches down to any specific foods. Some people will experience stroke-like symptoms before they experience the actual pain, while others just get the headache straight away. Both happens to me. The sypmtoms before-hand include, blurred vision or what I like to call spotty vision (look at something and can only see part of it or parts are blacked out or missing), numbness in one or both sides of body and can include any part of body like hands, arms, face, leg and most recently I've experienced it in my mouth and tongue. It can be scary and sometimes the only solution is to wait it out and deal with the pain or go to the doctor for an anti-nauseant and painkiller. Sometimes, if I end up throwing up from it, it kind of dulls or eases the pain, but hurts like a bugger when actually vomitting because of the pressure. (Maybe the throwing up expands the blood vessels in the head in turn providing relief because of restored blood-flow...?) Anyway, if this is an on-going thing, you might want to get properly diagnosed because there are many drugs on the market (if I catch mine in time, Advil Liquigels ext str do the trick for me....but not everyone) However, if it's something that just happened out of the blue, you probably have a bug or food poisoning, and keep in mind, hospitals and doctors are here for a reason! Take care of yourself! Saramac ( Full Answer )
I had unprotected sex 2 weeks after stopping Nuva Ring and two weeks later had vomiting and bad headache and spotting 4 days before my period and wonder if I am pregnant?
If you had a normal period, chances are that you're not pregnant. Taking a pregnancy test is an easy way to check. If you're not seeking pregnancy at this time, contact your health care provider to discuss options for reducing the risk of pregnancy.
Your daughter took 600mg of Ibuprofen for a sore throat instead of relieving the pain she developed a fever of 102 and a bad headache?
Sounds like the flu, or another infectious process. Try Tylenol, alternating with the Ibuprofen. If fever not resolving, stiff neck, continued severe headache, take to the doctor.
For the past two days I've been feeling pretty bad with a headache cough sniffles sore throat and a lowgrade fever of 100.9. My oldest daughter is also feeling the same way. Should i stay home?
Sorry, you should go in to school. Yes, I am a teacher.. _____________________________. / urrr...... Caught! :P lol k fine ill take your word for it! :P thanks! :P. But i did get sick 3 times today... I get waves of sickness:( . ___________________________. Here's another way to look at it…. You may not be sick enough to stay out of school but are you contageous? Can you make others sick. Are you a carrier? If the doctor or your mom gives you a clean bill of health, get to class. ( Full Answer )
You have sharp abdominal pain on your left side vomiting loose stools bloating inability to pass wind headache fever fatigue Any ideas?
It has all the symptoms of a blockage of the bowel. This requires medical attention since the fever,fatigue and headache suggest possible sepsis (bacterial infection). The doctors will first confirm blockage then search for causes. The vomiting is your bodies way of telling you it cannot take anyt…hing else to process until what is already in there has passed. The loose liquid stool is the only product that can pass by the obstruction. ( Full Answer )
My husband has had some sort of flu since you got back from MX last week and he vomited for 2 days with a bad fever and has not been able to stay off of the toilet now his diarrhea is black?
A doctor needs to be consulted. The flu can actually be a very dangerous condition, particularly in older folks. Until you visit your doctor, you need to consume plenty of fluids (in small amounts to help keep it down) to help avoid dehydration, which is also a very serious illness.
For the past two months my daughter has been falling down for no aparent reason and getting severe headaches Now she has a large lump at the base of her neck what could this mean?
Hi there. I was having the same problem which lasted over a year and a half. My symptoms would come and go.. I had done all tests under the sun including MRI scan to tilt table test and epilepsy tests. Doctors still cannot dignose me and put it down to anxiety.. I was prescribed propanolol for th…e basilar migraine, but more than helping it added to my symptoms and I had to come off.. Its a good idea to get it checked out with the doctors, sometimes it can be very serious. ( Full Answer )
You have been trying to fall pregnant for 6 months now after going off the pill you have been experiencing naseu dizziness and headaches and am now 4 days late Is this cos of the pill or am i pregnant?
Could be pregnancy - could be stress - there are many reasons that you could be late. The only way to know for sure, is to take a pregnancy test and/or go to the doctor. Remember, there is a false positive/negative rate for pregnancy tests, both in and out of the doctor's office. So if your test is …negative, you may want to schedule an appointment with your ob/gyn to rule out pregnancy for sure or any other physical conditions that may be causing your late menstrauation. ( Full Answer )
You may be growing accustomed to being on firm land again. But since this dizziness is occurring with bad headaches and nausea, consider seeing your doctor as soon as possible, but this seems to not be an emergent issue. Call your local emergency room and ask a nurse to see what you should do.
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Malaria Be Aware of Common Flu Symptoms Influenza usually starts suddenly and may include the following symptoms: Fever (usually high)... Headache... Tiredness (can be extreme)... Cough... Sore throat... Runny or stuffy nose... Body aches... Chills... Diarrhea and vomiting...
Fevers do not cause headaches directly. Generally speaking (with the exception of true migraines), both fevers and headaches are symptoms of underlying problems.
you are probably experienceing these pains because you are pregnant or just neausous if u r experiencing pain in your abdomen you probably have a reli bad water infection.
The high fever causes it as well as the fact that the joints areaffected. The skull has many joints.
Not eating for a few days isn't too bad, but she must drink - particularly if she's running a fever.
Can inhaling ammonia directly from the bottle cause headache nausea vomiting flu like symptoms and fever for a couple of days?
This can cause death. If you are having these symptoms after inhaling ammonia, go to a medical professional (doctor) immediately.
Yes. An infection will generally cause a fever. It's the body's natural response to fight it. Ear infections affect all sorts of things, including your equilibrium (or balance). You might even feel dizzy because of it. The only way to know for certain is to visit your physician.
Hmm.... it's hard to be scientific about that, but for example a light headache could be when you get a cold and feel a bit bad. Severe is really when you can't ignore it, maybe when there's a visible physical reaction when a person has a headache.
\nYou can experience unusual symptoms for the first three months after beginning a new pill. If you're still experiencing symptoms after three months, check back with the prescribing healthcare provider. They might either advise you to try something else or tell you to wait it out.
A tooth that has developed an abcess is infected. The infection can cause fever and pain all over that side of the face.
What could be wrong if you get severe headaches in the lower right part of your head several times a day and there is swelling during the headache?
It could perhaps be an allergic reaction, specifically to food. You could try cutting things out of your diet one at a time, such as dairy, soy, wheat and other common food allergens. If you've already gone to a doctor, that is. If not, scheduling an appointment with your doctor or finding a free cl…inic would be a good step as well. ( Full Answer )
It makes you feel all hot and sticky and yeah... That's all I know about it. In the olden days, people would die from it but it's not that bad now. Go to a doctor for a check up if you think you have it.
Should I be worried if a 4 year old has a fever and stomachache for a full day with no vomiting or diarrhea?
Probably not. But you could probably take him/her to a clinic to see if him/her needs antibiotics.
My friend has been diagnosed with swine flu I sit next to her for some lessons and I have been severely tired headaches diarrhea vomiting and aching muscles are these symptoms of swine flu?
Yes, those could be symptoms of influenza, but without a physician examination and lab testing there is no way to know for sure if it is the swine flu or seasonal flu. A quote from CDC Information (see link below in related link section): "If you live in areas where swine influenza cases have …been identified and become ill with influenza-like symptoms, including fever, body aches, runny nose, sore throat, nausea, or vomiting or diarrhea, you may want to contact their health care provider, particularly if you are worried about your symptoms. Your health care provider will determine whether influenza testing or treatment is needed." The clinics and doctors' offices are very busy screening for the potential 2009 Swine Flu in patients, if you have the above described circumstances and symptoms, telephone your health care provider for advice. Do not go to the health care provider location unless you telephone first. If you go unnecessarily, you risk exposure to the virus at the office when you may not have had it in the first place. The only way to be sure it is the 2009 Swine flu is lab testing. If testing is advised by your care provider, the CDC describes the appropriate tests as: "... a respiratory specimen would generally need to be collected within the first 4 to 5 days of illness (when an infected person is most likely to be shedding virus). However, some persons, especially children, may shed virus for 10 days or longer. Identification as a swine flu influenza A virus requires sending the specimen to CDC for laboratory testing." Update: there are now "field test kits" that the CDC has provided regionally for providers and labs to be able to do preliminary testing to detect the presence of Novel H1N1 cases. When to seek emergency care according to CDC: "If you become ill and experience any of the following warning signs, seek emergency medical care. In children emergency warning signs that need urgent medical attention include: * Fast breathing or trouble breathing * Bluish skin color * Not drinking enough fluids * Not waking up or not interacting * Being so irritable that the child does not want to be held * Flu-like symptoms improve but then return with fever and worse cough * Fever over 101 F (or fever with a rash) In adults, emergency warning signs that need urgent medical attention include: * Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath * Pain or pressure in the chest or abdomen * Sudden dizziness * Confusion * Severe or persistent vomiting" ( Full Answer )
A high-grade fever is any oral temperature above 39.2 Celsius or 102.6 Fahrenheit. If you or someone you know is experiencing a fever in this range you should seek the advice of a doctor.
A patient presents to the hospital He has been feeling ill since his return from safari in Africa a few days ago He exhibits symptoms of fever muscle pain weakness headache vomiting and diarrhea?
When a patient presents with fever, muscle pain, weakness, headache, vomiting and diarrhea, he may have malaria.
There are literally hundreds of different things that can cause ahigh fever and a headache. You should take note of any othersymptoms and contact your doctor if your fever goes over 103degrees.
Hard to tell since there are many reasons a baby can die in the womb but if you know about the heartbeat you must've been to a ultrasound. They should be able to tell you what has happened or they can after the autopsy.
It would be too early to be having pregnancy symptoms. The earliest you would get pregnancy symptoms is 2 weeks after sex
You have had a constant headache for 4 days. a temp of 104. eyes hurt to move. and you have been waking up several times at night shivering or really hot. what might you have?
infection from influenza a but you just migth have h1n1 or the swine flu i had it myself and i had those same symthems
Can inhaling household bleach cause severe headache nausea vomiting stomach cramps and general stomach flu or food poisoning symptoms for 24 hours or longer?
No. Inhaling bleach would cause damage to the nose, throat, trachea and lungs. See Related Links.
I bet your Veterinarian would know! Please take your dog into your local Vet and have him checked up immediately. A dog can die fast from being dehydrated from the vomiting. This could be life threatening.
1. Measure your temperature with a digital thermomether. 2. If your temperature is higher than 37.6 degree celcius, take some medication. 3. Get enough rest, drink lots of water. 4. If symptoms persist after 3 days, consult your doctor.
It may not be a virus, those symptoms can be caused by many different things including viruses that cause gastroenteritis or gastritis (infections of the intestines and stomach), but also by food borne pathogens like bacteria (E.Coli, Salmonella, etc.). Sometimes it is just from a food that didn't a…gree with them when they ate it and isn't necessarily a infective disease. If it continues or there are other symptoms like a fever and diarrhea, then consult their pediatrician. Be sure they keep fluids down so they don't get dehydrated. Toddlers can get dehydrated quickly, so be sure they take sips frequently to keep their fluids up. ( Full Answer )
Those symptoms are potentially serious and should be evaluated by a health care professional. They could be due to bacteria which should be treated with antibiotics. Hives and pain in the lower legs would not be typical symptoms accompanying sore throats and therefore an exam by a doctor is the best… plan. ( Full Answer )
What will not alter the pH balance severe vomiting prolonged diarrhea severe headache hyperventilation?
While severe headaches may signal something more serious, the symptom will not alter pH. Severe vomiting can lead to metabolic alkalosis, prolonged diarrhea can lead to metabolic acidosis, and hyperventilation can lead to respiratory alkalosis.
smoke a joint or two. I think you should cool off and maybe put a cool wet paper towel on your neck.
With no accompanying symptoms usually nothing. Keep in mind other possible contributing factors. Sometimes urinary tract infections along with some others can cause increased body temps.
Well, two things cause headaches and fevers. But the two are totally different. A headache is caused when you get to much continual eyestrain or get to much stress put on you. A fever is caused when you get a disease that your body has not yet killed. In response, your body heats up, in attempt to t…emporarily control the disease until it can be cured either by your body, or by medicine. ( Full Answer )
What to do for headache and vomiting depends on the reason for the symptoms. The best thing to do is to see your physician asap for proper diagnosis and treatment. It could be cause by anything from the flu to a brain tumor.
What type of viral infection has symptoms what fever muscle pain weakness headache vomiting diarrhea and now a bad rash that is bleeding in spots?
Probably shingles. You need to go to the doctor if you have those symptoms. You also need a lot of rest. Shingles is the reoccurring form of chickenpox. Where is the rash?
Has there been a new virus going around with severe sore throat cough NO fever headache stomach ache diarreah extreme fatigue?
That sounds like the classic symptoms of influenza. In the Northern Hemisphere, the flu season is upon us. It is time now, in the Fall of 2011, to ready for the flu season with an annual flu vaccination.
Use high-flow, low-pressure water for 2-3 min. Gently scrub with soap and water using a soft bristle brush.
Water, cold water is usually very much an assistant. Drink 2-4 cups slowly, in a dark room if possible, rushing the process will only make you feel ill longer. Lay down in a manner allowing you to sit near upright, so the remaining contents will be less likely regurgitated. As well, once you feel as… if you could eat some simple bread or crackers try to do so. The salt content is an assistant from crackers over many bread types. I am not a Doctor, so if you have continuing spells see a Doctor. When expelling stomach contents you also need to brush your teeth as soon as you feel will to avoid stomach acid from harming the enamel of your teeth. Your body is water based. You must rehydrate slowly. Many say use a hot / warm wet towel. However, this can cause restriction of the blood vessels after a hot / warm towel is removed. It is really quite useful for many. ( Full Answer )
With hundreds of possible headache disorders to choose from, it is impossible to diagnose one over the computer. For an appropriate diagnosis and treatment of Migraine and headache disorders, seek the help of a board certified headache specialist.
You could have an infection. They may have "nicked" the wall of the colon. Didn't the doctor give you post op info about this? A high fever of 102 or above should be a concern and you should call.