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Causes Of Lightheadness
Possible: Your physician must rule out several other things before investigating your circulation to the brain . In cases of carotid artery occlusion and narrowing on the the other side this may happen . Also severe narrowing of the vertebral artery with occluded or hypoplastic (small) other vertebral artery this may happen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See your doctor: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
My connective tissue disease causes dizziness/lighthead, brain fog, black outs which has been mostly resolved by methotrexate.What is likely cause?
No to hearing loss: Tmj disorders or temporomandibular disorders do not cause loss of hearing. It is an umbrella term encompassing several pain disorders of the face and jaw; most common is musculoskeletal pain. Light headedness is not an uncommon symptom in temporomandibular disorders. Consult your dentist (or an orofacial pain dentist) and your primary physician. If hearing loss is sudden and constant, ent. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sharp pains in head few seconds later went away then hr later happened again. could this cause lightheadness all day also have bad back pain all over?
Head/back pain: Could be related to reflux ( even the back pain), Check for H pylori gastritis. .Advil/ibuprophen will exacerbate gastritis pain. Consider omeprazole, antacids. Other causes may be mycoplasma infection( can have a mild sinusitis causing lightheadedness and head/back pain), UTI, constipation, and musculoskeletal/back/head pain. F/U with doctor/urgent care ...Read more
Can naturally blocked sinuses and allergies cause lightheadness and the feeling of about to pass out?
Possibly: For a full answer, you would need to provide more information. The combination of nortriptyline and zyrtec may lead to sedation. Nortrriptyline can also lease to nasal congestion. Occlusion of the nasal passages can lead to eustachian tube dysfunction and sometimes to lightheadedness. As your nose is blocked, you need a prescription nasal spray. See a physician, preferably an allergist. ...Read more