Full Question: My wife suffers from Migraines. She is 19, nonsmoker and nondrinker. Recently (for a little over a week now) she has started complaining of severe and sharp head pains and nausea. She said that it was unlike any pain that she has previously had. She also has problems with severe head pains while trying to have a bowel movement, as she has to strain very hard to do so lately. Tonight was the first time her severe head pains have turned into throbbing pains and from there they went back and forth, until she had to take some medicine for Migraine pains. All of this started, like I said, a little over a week ago, right after she had a few bad Migraines almost back to back (about 3 in roughly 2 weeks). My question is, can her severe pains be caused from Migraines and can that also cause her to have those pains while straining to have a bowel movement? Can an overabundance of stress cause this? I hope you can help to shed some light on this subject for me. Thank You, James. &...
This is the fourth article in a MyDietExercise.com series on how to beat cancer through diet and exercise from our Expert, Doctor Amy Thomas. You can read her first post here . Nausea is a dreadful and dangerous complication of chemotherapy. Although everyone's response is different, the most common chemotherapeutic agents cause nausea in 60-90% of patients. Some people are more likely to experience nausea with chemotherapy, including women, patients less than 50 years of age, those with a history of motion sickness or morning sickness with pregnancy, and those who experienced nausea and vomiting related to previous chemotherapy. Ending nausea with medication A myriad of drugs are available to help people with nausea ; however, some prefer to minimize the number of medications taken. If you are experiencing nausea or vomiting related to cancer treatment, you should be aware of the medications available and alternative ways to prevent and control...
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