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66 Possible Causes for Hiccup, Self Mutilation, Vertigo

  • Neurotic Disorder

    Individuals may also develop episodes of severe nausea and vomiting, with hiccups from involvement of a part of the brain that controls vomiting.[] mutilation Clinical Information Class of mental disorders milder than psychosis, including hysteria, fugue, obsession, phobia, etc.[] Neuromyelitis optica may cause blindness in one or both eyes, weakness or paralysis in the legs or arms, painful spasms, loss of sensation, uncontrollable vomiting and hiccups[]

  • Hysteria

    […] there was an outbreak of MPI that affected more than 1,000 students and five teachers across 15 different schools in Sri Lanka, where people complained that they were having vertigo[] “Alex,” she says, hiccupping through tears. “I’m holding his cuuuuuuup.”[] Jeanne Flore's tales depict several mentally disturbed female protagonists, young women prone to paroxysms of madness and self-mutilation.[]

  • Anxiety Disorder

    Dizziness embracing vertigo, unsteadiness and imbalance are common in the elderly, so is generalized anxiety disorder, which is a common psychiatric problem in later life.[] They are usually psychotic in nature (e.g. paranoid delusions, visual or auditory hallucinations, delusions of reference, behavioural disorders with aggressiveness, self-mutilation[] […] breath increased heart beats trembling dizziness chest pain sweating hot flashes headache feelings of unreality tingling sensations breathing faster than necessary nausea vertigo[]

  • Conversion Disorder

    Other motor disturbances that are at times associated with conversion disorder are loss of speech (aphonia), coughing, nausea, vomiting, or hiccuping.[] Anxiety Disorder Dysthymia Simple Phobia Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Major Depression Borderline Personality Disorder Childhood emotional/sexual abuse Physical Neglect Self-mutilated[]

  • Hospital Addiction Syndrome

    […] to central nervous system depression. 8 Psychomotor symptoms include drowsiness, poor concentration, ataxia, dysarthria, motor incoordination, diplopia, muscle weakness, vertigo[] Infants can have gagging, vomiting/diarrhea, color changes, fever, fast breathing or hiccupping, indicating their inability to smoothly regulate their functioning.[] […] being the major ones Self - mutilation Malnutrition and anemia Skin discoloration as a result of coloured dye usage Extensive [] Self - mutilation causing extensive[]

  • Foreign Body in the Ear

    The patient experienced intermittent vertigo for 2 months and headaches for 3 months post-op.[] A rare case of hiccups. N Engl J Med 1988;318(11):711–12. Wagner MS, Stapczynski JS. Persistent hiccups. Ann Emerg Med 1982;11(1):24–26.[] […] ears as a form of native remedy. [5] Also, some adults with psychiatric disorders present to the emergency department with foreign bodies lodged in their ears as a form of self-mutilation[]

  • Brain Stem Disorder

    Migraine is a common cause of vascular vertigo. Hearing disturbance is a much less common symptom of brainstem stroke than vertigo.[] Patients did not report headache or other CNS symptoms, but three had intractable hiccups concomitant with their vomiting.[] […] movements; Lesch-Nyhan syndrome, which results in raised levels of uric acid in the blood, abnormal movements, spastic weakness, intellectual disability, and a tendency to self-mutilate[]

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

    […] appetite Weight loss Nausea Stomach pain Indigestion Dry mouth Vomiting Trouble sleeping Anxiety Nervousness Restlessness Mood swings Agitation Irritability Headache Dizziness Vertigo[] Various factors including drugs may trigger the hiccups.[] Psychological risk factors for dissociation and self-mutilation in female patients with borderline personality disorder.[]

  • Myoclonic Jerking

    Clinical: Herpes zoster lesions of external ear and oral mucosa; severe pain in area of external auditory meatus and pinna; diminished hearing; tinnitus; vertigo, facial palsy[] Hiccups are a form of myoclonus, as are the sudden jerks, or "sleep starts," you may feel just before falling asleep.[] mutilation.[]

  • Insect in the External Auditory Meatus

    Suicide Risk Evaluation 1166 Gastritis 1168 Syncope 1172 Ovarian CystTorsion 788 1195 Ventilator Management 1198 Ventricular Peritoneal Shunts 1202 Urinary Tract Fistula 1174 Vertigo[] Extremity Trauma Penetrating 478 Headache 480 Fatigue 484 Hemoptysis 494 Hemorrhagic Fevers 496 1054 498 Hepatic Injury 508 High Altitude Illness 512 Herpes Genital 516 Hiccups[] […] ears as a form of native remedy. [5] Also, some adults with psychiatric disorders present to the emergency department with foreign bodies lodged in their ears as a form of self-mutilation[]

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