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2,213 Possible Causes for Burning Skin Sensation, Vomiting

  • Migraine

    Nausea, vomiting, and anorexia of migraine may lead to mild to moderate thiamine deficiency and WE.[] You may also feel a strange prickly or burning sensation, or have muscle weakness on one side of your body. You may have trouble communicating.[] In concomitance with premenopausal menstrual dysregulation, she reported episodes of nausea and vomiting, associated with photophobia, phonophobia and osmophobia, but without[]

  • Acute Coronary Syndrome

    […] or discomfort, often described as aching, pressure, tightness or burning Pain spreading from the chest to the shoulders, arms, upper abdomen, back, neck or jaw Nausea or vomiting[] Complaints reported by patients with ACS include the following: Palpitations Pain, which is usually described as pressure, squeezing, or a burning sensation across the precordium[] Chest pain with nausea and vomiting, marked sweating and/or breathlessness, or haemodynamic instability.[]

  • Stroke

    We present a case of a previously healthy 36-year-old man who presented with vertigo and vomiting. MRI showed posterior circulation territory infarction.[] Shingles A person with shingles may experience tingling, numbness, or a burning sensation on the skin.[] He developed headache, nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, diplopia, dizziness, and ataxia following the procedure.[]

  • Croton Oil Poisoning

    […] sleep sore spasmodic spasms Staph stomach stool Sulph suppressed suppuration sweat symptoms tenesmus throat Thuja tongue touch ulcers urethra urine uterine uterus violent vomiting[] When applied on the skin, it sloughs off a thin layer off the epidermis ( outermost skin layer ). This leads to deep pain and burning sensation on the skin.[] […] skin slight stomach structure substance surface surgeon swelling symptoms thickened tion tissue tongue treatment tumour ulceration urine uterus vascular ventricle vessels vomiting[]

  • Henoch-Schönlein Purpura

    A 4-year-old girl with influenza presented with epigastric pain and vomiting.[] Three weeks later, he presented again with loss of appetite and vomiting before developing abdominal pain with pyrexia of 38.5 C and rigors.[] A 7-year-old girl was admitted to the hospital with abdominal pain, vomiting, and fever.[]

  • Petroleum Distillates Poisoning

    Approximately 95% of patients vomit within 15 to 30 minutes of administration of a therapeutic dose and vomiting usually persists for 30 minutes to 2 hours.[] Gastrointestinal Many of the hydrocarbons create a burning sensation because they are irritating to the GI mucosa.[] Ingestion symptoms are similar, but more severe; in addition to the absorption and inhalation symptoms, there may be abdominal pain, an internal burning sensation, nausea,[]

  • Scorpion Sting

    Important clinical features recorded were circulatory failure, breathlessness, profuse sweating, vomiting, local oedema and convulsion.[] Of the 2000 species, most are not lethal and a sting results in local pain and burning sensation only.[] […] girl who, following envenoming by a scorpion, developed recurrent attacks of sharp, intermittent pain in the umbilical region associated with fever, nausea, anorexia and vomiting[]

  • Common Cold

    Primary outcomes were any symptom of cold (fever, cough, rhinorrhoea) during the study period, and secondary outcomes were vomiting, diarrhoea, use of antibiotics, school[] […] with VR use (burning sensation of skin, nose, and eyes).[] Some antiviral medicines can cause nausea and vomiting.[]

  • Delphinium Poisoning

    They may cause vomiting or diarrhoea if ingested, but that is all. An extra glass of water with supper is the only treatment required.[] Within 3 to 4 hours of consumption, death can occur from either paralysis of the respiratory system or asphyxiation caused by bloating or vomiting.[] The most common reactions are skin irritation, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. Poison Ivy. All parts of this plant can cause an irritating rash on the skin. Pokeweed.[]

  • Kerosene Poisoning

    The most commonly observed symptoms were cough (67.2%), tachypnea (56.5%), fever (54.1%), and vomiting (27.8%).[] Vomiting, cough, fever and drowsiness were the most common symptoms observed. Twenty-four of 48 patients X-rayed showed pneumonia. There were no deaths.[] Vomiting was reported in 65%, abdominal pain in 2% and diarrhoea in 2%. There was no mortality.[]

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