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... riety of reasons and there are three things that makes him nauseated and that is Miralax he took for constipation, hiatial hernia, and constipation itself always causes him to be nauseated. He had to stop drinking Miralax and now for nausea he has to take a Phenergan pill to help with the nausea. ... (6 replies)
... ter several times over the last few weeks. The problem is that a couple of weeks ago I started getting tingling in my arms and legs along with the back pain. The pain is mostly in my middle and lower back with some in my upper back which causes headaches. It also shoots down into my legs and feet. ... (5 replies)
... You are on some really strong pain meds. Why not ask for some anti nausea meds to go along with it. Phenegren works really well. Also remember if you can get food down, they are better with food in your stomach. ... (14 replies)

... headaches due to my neck,but my dr is sending me for a brain mri because these tyes of headaches can be a symptom of something very serouis.not to scare you but nausea is a flag.I have these "thunderclap headaches"Please research this. ... (11 replies)
... i have sacroilitis which causes upper buttock pain, leg pain, and hip pain. i too have vomitted several times and have felt nausea more times than that. ... (3 replies)
... Do you have the most pain in the spine or in the overworked muscles? ... (10 replies)
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... it's almost unbearable. can anyone relate. does anyone have a herniated disc that they think causes headaches. its causing nausea as well. can you describe the pain in your neck and what appears to be the head as well. Desperate. ... (11 replies)
... no idea what it is, but it swells and causes major nausea when it starts hurting. ... (11 replies)
... years. During the past 20 years when the pain became severe and eventually constant, I have seen over 50 doctors and have tried even more drugs. ... (2 replies)
... ck the name on your post because it could have been written by me, word for word. We're the same age and I have the same problems...but I don't have nausea. My pain came on rather gradually last Spring. ... (5 replies)
... Cervicogenic headache is defined as pain perceived as arising in the head, but whose actual source lies in the cervical spine. ... (6 replies)
... It sounds like the doctor who examined you said no carpel tunnel and the bulging discs not the problem directly? I was wondering if there are chemicals you were around in this fiberglass company? I know there are in the plastics and the dry cleaning business ... ones that cause the 'gulf war syndrome' symptoms. I find these to be rampant in the general population, too,... (20 replies)
... Good evening or NO it is morning!!!! The nausea is caused by the new antibiotic they put me on and they also gave me medicine for the nauseau but doesn't take care of it all the time. ... (9 replies)
... I'm 22 now and two months ago I started having severe pain beneath my right shoulder blade. Now it goes straight across and varies in intensity. I had a chest xray which shows mild scoliosis. ... (0 replies)
... So, you will be having a 2 level fusion. They will get you up the first day for a short walk. I would assume you will have a catheter and an IV pain "pump" to administer your drugs, probably for the first 24 hours. Then they will be eager to transition you to oral pain medications. ... (2 replies)
... I have "a little arthritis" in a lot of different places that causes a lot of pain, mostly when sitting or sleeping or if I walk for more than an hour. ... (10 replies)
... c I've learned when you have a medical condition that causes you to have chronic pain, you are guilty until proven innocent. ... (48 replies)
Spinal Bleeding?
Jul 8, 2012
... u have gone through physical therapy in the past for your back, I would recommend starting up some of the exercises you learned there. If anything is painful or causes shooting pains in the legs or feet, stop immediately. If you have not had any PT, ask your family doctor for a prescription. ... (42 replies)
Treatment Options
Mar 31, 2008
... that too...I guess you can say I feel alone sometimes and on top of that I'm still trying to get use to the fentanyl patch and its side effects, which are mainly nausea and drowsiness...I'm also dealing with new back pain that I'm trying not to acknowledge, in hopes it'll go away and not become another damaged disc... ... (26 replies)

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