puking at least once daily (usually in the morning).
Headaches that come and go (centered around frontal lobe and radiating backwards. (occasional neck hurting)
Occasional ringing in ears and nausea
Low grade fever that hasn't exceeded 101.8
No cough, no runny nose. Doctor has been seen and she has been tested for Strep (came back negative) UTI (came back negative) and Ears, throat and nose are CLEAR with no sign of infection
P.S. The weather has been rather odd this week changing from cold and overcast to sunny and warm and now to snowing. Seeing as there is a family history my bet is on Migraines which are causing the nausea and vomiting. Especially with the extreme differences in weather and changes in barometric pressure.
Answer by LostSoul88 at 3:07 PM on Mar. 6, 2013
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Answer by Ballad at 3:24 PM on Mar. 6, 2013
what your calling nausea sounds like dizziness to me- you know there isnt a real test for inner ear bacterial infection or treatment for the matter.
When I had it doctor put it off to allergies and had me take zyrtec. with the weather changes, wet then dry causing mold to grow and then spread maybe an antihistamine could help dry her out.
if it is the inner ear dizzy would explain nausea, low fever, feeling worse at night (laying down) and head/ neck pain (pressure).
How my doctor confirmed. had me close my eyes, put my hands out in front of me, shoulder height and then gently pushed me backwards. i almost toppled over because my balance was so jacked up.
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