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Causes Of Blackout
See Doctor ASAP!: A blackout of vision is a worrisome symptom and you should see your medical doctor and your eye doctor right away. Transient blackout of vision in one eye could be several things including a momentary loss of circulation to the eye, while simultaneous blackout of vision in both eyes could be due to reduced circulation to the brain or other neurologic causes. See your doctor asap! ...Read more
See your doctor.: Blacking out can be caused by a variety of conditions or situations, some minor and some potentially very serious. If he looks ok now, would see his doctor as soon as possible for an evaluation. If sick then to er now. Good luck! ...Read more
Dehydration or Vagal: Depends on what you mean. If stepping into a hot environment suddenly causes you to faint, you may be having a vagal reaction or sudden vasodilation causing pooling of your blood away from your brain. If you are in the heat for a while, you may faint from dehydration and "hypovolemia" ...Read more
I take 300mg bupropion. will it make me more nervous(because of higher noradrenalin) before a exam and can it cause more blackouts??
Bupropion: differs from other antidepressants in that it is the only antidepressant more selective for inhibiting dopamine reuptake than 5-HT or NE. Bupropion 300 mg is the usual dose. You may feel impulsive, irritable, agitated. Report any new or worsening symptoms to your doctor immediately. ...Read more
Can drinking while on cymbalta (duloxetine) cause blackouts? (blackouts not brownouts). This never happened until my doctor increased my meds from 30 to 60mg.
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