A 50-year-old female asked:
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faint, lightheaded, dizzy, nausea in head not gi. have sjogrens/ms etc. no infections. bp okay. hydrating/rest. nausea med help? no new meds.my doc mon

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Dr. Nestor Del rosario
34 years experience Addiction Medicine
Yes: Whatever you have whether it is from your disease or from vertigo, you will need to relieve the symptoms to be comfortable. You do need to take your nausea medicine and see your doctor in case additional tests or exams are needed.
Answered on Jan 12, 2014
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Dr. Bennett Werner
44 years experience Cardiology
Complicated: Check your BP supine (lying down) and then standing up. If it drops >20 points, it may be the cause of your symptoms which surely sound like low BP to me.
Answered on Apr 26, 2017
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