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i have been feeling really fatigued , sometimes i can barely keep my eyes opened. i get dizzy when i change positions, my stomach is bloated, my bp is usually on the low side 90/66. sometimes i feel my heart almost skipping a beat. what could this be?

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Dr. Al Hegab
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Allergy and Immunology 40 years experience
Several reasons: For your symptoms, could be hormones, eg thyroid, metabolic, eg diabetes, your heart, eg arrhythmia, your psyche, or something else. Your best bet is to see your doctor for assessment and treatment plan, wish you wellness

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