Frequent Headaches Accompanied By Nausea, Vomiting And Fever Since Childhood?
Hello. I was 22 years old when I was a child, I often had severe headaches, until now. If you feel nauseous, even vomiting, it feels like all the things shake, sometimes you have a fever, sometimes you don’t. And since getting pregnant my child is often nosebleed too, why is that thank you?
Thank you for the question.
Severe headache, accompanied by nausea, vomiting, fever, frequent nosebleeds, and things as if swaying may indicate that you are experiencing:
Viral or bacterial infections
Others, such as hypotension, hypoglycemia, cluster headache, asthenopia, meningitis, brain tumors, anemia, head injury, dyspepsia, blood cancer, idiopatic thrombocytopenic purpura, psychic disorders, liver disorders, etc.
The conditions above are difficult to distinguish if only based on brief information like this. You also need to have yourself checked directly by a doctor or neurologist so that your condition can be treated as early as possible. That way, your doctor can decide on the right treatment for you, is it enough to be given medication, carried out examiner examinations (such as x-rays, CT scans, laboratories, and MRI), or may be referred to other appropriate specialist doctors.
In the meantime, so that your complaints don't recur, it's good to do it first:
Take paracetamol to reduce pain and fever
Eat more regularly, a little but often
When you still feel nausea and vomiting, do not always eat foods that are acidic, spicy, fatty, and contain excessive gas
Compress nauseous stomach and painful head with warm water
Get plenty of rest, including by not using excessive gadgets
Stay away from cigarettes and alcohol
Avoid taking drugs carelessly, except for doctor's prescription
Don't worry, stress, or think too much
Don't pry nose too much
Use air humidifier when the air is dry
Do not use AC or excessive fan
Hope this helps ...