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why do i always get dizzy after having my meals?

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Dr. Richard Murphy
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Stomach distentuon?: It's hard to know for sure, but many people do experience this. You should start by seeing your dr to make sure there is no other medical condition, such as heart or circulatory problem(rare), stomach or hormone problems. Some people are sensitive to large meals and smaller more frequent eating may help. Other symptoms such as lightheaded or rapid heartbeat with standing are often present also.
Answered on Feb 23, 2013
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