Pain developed in eyes and forehead after I thought I was recovering from throwing up

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I'm 19. I'll start from last Thursday. I was a bit nauseous in the early evening but not feeling sick. Later on it worsened a little and I ate my tea around 9 and I didn't feel hungry but I don't know whether it was because I was focusing on something else that was getting my attention. Don't think this info matters.

I went to sleep nauseous and kept waking and having negative thoughts, feeling stressed etc. This was until around 5 am when I decided to get a sip of water from the tap and head back to bed. Next minute I'm throwing up everywhere. Food poisoning surely?

I only threw up the once and haven't done so since I was around 14.

I stayed in bed on Friday with no energy. Saturday I got a migraine and felt low on energy but I tried to push myself. Sunday I tried to return to my usual routine and food consumption. I was a little light headed in the morning but got through it.

Then, Sunday night (in the minutes leading up to bedtime) I laid on my bed, just using my phone. I sat up and I get pain in my forehead, it might have been my left eye as well. I thought nothing of it and went to bed.

It was there the next day (yesterday) and I noticed it happened in my right eye as well. It hurts when I move my eyes around and sometimes my head. My throat has slight discomfort but not like a typical sore throat.

Any ideas? Thank you in advance.

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    Sinus infection?

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    Why don't you go to your GP Dugz? Are you in the UK?

    It could be migraine or it could be meningitis - you are that age - 19. Go and see your GP or talk to him/here on the phone & also stop using screens while you are unwell. Good luck.

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