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Diaphragm Spasm Cause Blackout
Bowel irregularities, White, bubbly urine, abdomen quadrant discomfort, both sides, blackouts after standing. Mild eosinophilia, ST2-3 pus cell, UTand cul nor?
Go to ER: You need to get immediate medical attention before you hurt yourself falling. This appears to be a serious issue. ...Read more
I'm having spasms in my face, I blackout, losebalance and my teeth crack together then I get a migraine. Wat could cause this? I do have a history seizr
Seizure / migraine: You have symptoms that warrant medical evaluation. With a good history and physical examination, and with the aid of tests like electroencephalogram and mri, your physician will be able to establish a diagnosis and correct treatment. I suggests a neurological evaluation as well. This could all be related to your seizure disorder. Migraines can co-exist in seizure disorders as well. ...Read more
The muscles in my lower back have been spasming for a couple hours now without pain. What could be the cause?
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
Blackouts: alcohol induced low glucose (never before did this) - does it cause permanent damage? Should I be seen?
See your doc: Any alcohol related blackout should be taken seriously. Whether or not you are diabetic, if you are blacking out you are having a problem with drinking. While any damage from one incident is not likely to be great, the long term of effects of drinking and blacking out are serious and progressive both physically and psychologically. You probably should not be drinking. ...Read more
What could cause a split second "blackout" its like the power flcikered but I was outside. I also have palpitations and lightheadedness?
I have very strong heartbeats after running and sometimes they cause pain or near blackouts. Sometimes they are just annoying. Is this a problem?
It could be: Very strong heartbeats associated with pain and near blackouts should be considered a warning sign. It is a good idea to be evaluated by a physician before starting a running program. You should definitely slow down and/or decrease duration of running to avoid this reaction. If you have risk factors for heart disease, consider having an exercise tolerance test. ...Read more
Drs, could sleeping 5hrs/ day for three days in a row cause lightheadedness? Also felt unbalanced for a bit, had quick feeling of blackout but ok now.
I got into an accident and it caused a mild whiplash which has lead to some spasming in my neck. But also have neck grinding noise. What is that?
If there is some de-: -generation present or even ligament injury, there is noise made with motion. And you hear this because sound is transmitted through a solid (bone) even better than a liquid, both of which are much better than air. When I listen with a stethoscope, I am not able 2 hear the noises people hear when moving their neck. ...Read more
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
Blackout of vision: Main causes of sudden black out: dehydration/illness, blood pressure drop, blood sugar drop (pre-diabetes/diabetes), vasovagal reaction, blood flow issue in brain (from dehydration, sugar level change, tumor of some type, intracranial pressure increase.) More info on eyedoc2020@blogspot. Com ...Read more
A seizure is one: Possibility. Please have this medically evaluated.Get a more detailed answer ›
Possibly a seizure.: It is very important to obtain prompt medical evaluation if this happened to you. ...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
Yes: When combined with alcohol and other sedatives, you are more likely to blackout if taking alprazolam (Xanax). On its own, Xanax can cause presyncope, dizziness, confusion, hyperactivity, agitation, hostility, hallucinations, chest fluttering, drowsiness, etc. See your physician immediately if you blacked out. Http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a684001.html ...Read more
Poor circulation: Even though dizziness is a no-descrpt, non-medical term, no matter what your personal definition is, the combination of "dizziness" & visual blackout indicates inadequate blood flow to the occipital cortex in the back of the brain. Many causes for this exist, most common of which are cardiac problems, low blood pressure, and migraine. ...Read more
Many possible causes: If you have sharp pain when you take a deep breath, you may have pleuritic chest pain. Some of the more common causes of this type of discomfort include pleurisy, or an inflammation of the lining of the lung, which may be caused by a viral infection. You may also have a musculoskeletal cause for your discomfort, such as inflammation of components of the rib cage (costochondritis). Hard to be sure. ...Read more
Maybe: See a neurologist or neurosurgeon.Get a more detailed answer ›