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vertigo, headaches, morning and evening nausea

Hello
I have been having nausea in the mornings and evenings and nothing seems to calm it down. Pregnancy has definately been ruled out. I also experience vertigo which freaks me out alot. I get headaches several times a day and I never used to get any in the past. This is driving me mad. I have a toddler and I worry I will fall over or pass out at home while I should be watching him. Any oppinions? My Dr is telling me to wait and see how it goes. Ive been like this for a month now.
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Hi....sorry u seem very frustrated by this and the drs suggestion to wait and see.Do u know how ur BP is?.....
There r diff kinds of vertigo...u can take OC meds like non drowsy drammamine(sp)...I've been told it helps.

Ask ur PC to refer u to a NL to have tests done to determine what could be ur issue.

Any time u have symptoms 4 or more days u need treatment and or assessment .

Good luck
"selma"
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Hi,

Nausea vertigo and headaches can occur due to ear diseases like ear infections, inner ear diseases like Meniere’s disease and labrynthitis. Migraine also cannot be ruled out.

This warrants a trip to the GP for further evaluation as the symptoms are persisting for over a month now.

Hope this helps!
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Thanks,

Im not sure of the exact numbers of my BP but its in the normal range. I plan on asking my GP to send me for more specific tests. I really dont want something dramatic to suddenly happen to me. Maybe I watch too many medical shows.
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Thanks,

I did read that these symptoms can be caused my problems in my ears. I have never had any problems with them in the past that I am aware of. I will definately suggest these things to my GP.
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