The following Conditions are related to Nausea

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  • Abdominal migraine

    Abdominal migraine in children facts Abdominal migraine is believed to be a variant of migraine that is common in children but rare in adults. Abdominal migraine is characterized by pain in the center of the abdomen that may be severe. Symptoms can last for one hour or up to a several days. Nausea and vomiting may be associated with the pain. Sleep typically brings relief from abdominal mi  Read More

  • Appendicitis

    The appendix is a small, worm-like appendage attached to the colon. Appendicitis occurs when bacteria invade and infect the wall of the appendix. The most common complications of appendicitis are rupture, abscess, and peritonitis. The most common signs and symptoms of appendicitis are: abdominal pain, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting, fever, and abdominal tenderne  Read More

  • Breakbone fever

    When symptoms do occur, they may be mistaken for other illnesses — such as the flu — and usually begin four to 10 days after you are bitten by an infected mosquito. Dengue fever causes a high fever — 104 F (40 C) — and any of the following signs and symptoms: Headache Muscle, bone or joint pain Nausea Vomiting Pain behind the eyes Swollen glands  Read More

  • Liver disease

    Signs and symptoms of liver disease include: Skin and eyes that appear yellowish (jaundice) Abdominal pain and swelling Swelling in the legs and ankles Itchy skin Dark urine color Pale stool color, or bloody or tar-colored stool Chronic fatigue Nausea or vomiting Loss of appetite Tendency to bruise easily When to see a doct  Read More

  • Spinal headaches

    Spinal headache symptoms include: Dull, throbbing pain that varies in intensity from mild to incapacitating Pain that typically gets worse when you sit up or stand and decreases or goes away when you lie down Spinal headaches are often accompanied by: Dizziness Ringing in the ears (tinnitus) Hearing loss Blurred or double vision Nausea Nec  Read More

  • Wandering spleen

    Some children with wandering spleen may have no symptoms (asymptomatic), while others may experience acute or chronic abdominal pain. In most cases, episodes of pain may be related to the spontaneous twisting and untwisting of the mobile spleen (torsion and detorsion) or of the blood vessels serving the spleen. Infants with wandering spleen may attempt to relieve pain by stretching. Other symptoms may include a bulging abdominal mass, constipa  Read More