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A 43-year-old female asked:

feeling exhausted, weak and dizzy?

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Dr. Bennett Machanic
Neurology 52 years experience
Fatigue: Multiple thoughts, including anemia, low thyroid, chronic fatigue syndrome, early fibromyalgia, chronic infection, muscle or nerve disease, blood pressure problems, occult disorders, emotional issues. See your family doctor and get fully evaluated.

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A 32-year-old member asked:

What should I eat if i'm feeling weak and dizzy?

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Dr. Mark Fisher
Neurology 34 years experience
Common sense?: Some gentle advice: if your car engine started making a whining noise and the car kept stalling out at idle and not starting at all on hot days, would you post a question on cartap about what kind of gas to put in it, or would you take it to a mechanic to find out what was wrong? Your body is just like your car: find out the cause first, and the answer will follow.
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A 21-year-old male asked:

I suddenly blank out after i get up from a sitting or lying position n i feel dizzy just lying down.. I'm 21 n a sportsman so i dunno why i feel weak.?

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Dr. Mark Rasak
Cardiology 33 years experience
Sounds orthostatic: When you get up your blood pressure drops and you get those symptoms. You need a full work up including an echo , holter and a tilt table test.
A member asked:

I have being feeling weak lately and feeling dizzy at sometime i went to see a doctor and runs me a test and the result came negative i just don t know what to do anymore please i need your help am jennifer form nigeria ?

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Dr. Aruna Adaikkalam
Internal Medicine 38 years experience
Few possibilities: Not sure how old are you. But in women anemia is one of the common caues of dizziness and fatigue.Similalry thyroid probles-low level more commonly than high level but both can cause. Alo low adrenal hormone level, low blood pressure from causes like poor hydration , cardiac conditions like valvular diseasescan cause. Ear conditions , infections-undiagnoses, anxiety with depression -undiagnosed.
United Kingdom (Great Britain)
A 18-year-old female asked:

I always feel dizzy, weak and low about 1 and a half hours after eating. I've noticed if i ate a chocolate bar or something i feel okay in 15 minutes?

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Dr. Robert Ringrose
Gastroenterology 58 years experience
No short answer: It sounds like hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). It can be seen in diabetics but more often, i feel, in people who later will be diabetic. If you are overweight please lose weight. Please see a physician, other things can cause it. If you have diabetes in the family the chances are greater that you will be. If someone has a test meter, when you have that spell, clean your finger & test your sugar.
United Kingdom (Great Britain)
A 23-year-old female asked:

I feel very weak, tired and dizzy?

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Dr. Colin Sanner
Neurology 20 years experience
Vague & nonspecific: Those symptoms are too common to offer specific advice for. Common suggestions would be 1) get rehydrated, 2) get adequate sleep regularly for at least 2 weeks, and 3) eat 3 healthy meals every day. Red flags for something bad could include unexpected bleeding, change in vision, weakness, or numbness; however, you probably should check with your physician.

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