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Doctor insights on: Dizziness And Blurred Vision And Headache

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What are chances I have polycythemia? I have high RBC and platelet occasional dizziness and blurred vision and constant headaches.

What are chances I have polycythemia? I have high RBC and platelet occasional dizziness and blurred vision and constant headaches.

Primary vs secondary: See primary MD and/or hematologist. Primary polycythemia = polycythemia vera can be evaluated by Jak2 V617F testing and Epo level. Secondary elevated RBC much more common with sleep apnea (OSA), tobacco use, etc.

Dr. Richard Bensinger
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Vision (Definition)

Vision is a feature of a person's brain that allows him to see. He must have normal eyes, optic nerves (that stretch from the eyes to the back of his brain), and visual cortex (the vision center in the brain), in order to see properly. An ophthalmologist is a ...Read more


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When ever I get just a little upset, I get so dizzy with blurred vision and a headache. Quick. I will fall asleep for 30 min or so. Any ideals to help?

When ever I get just a little upset, I get so dizzy with blurred vision and a headache. Quick. I will fall asleep for 30 min or so. Any ideals to help?

Stress management: This can be stress related triggering variants of migraine headache. You also need to insure that this is not narrow angle glaucoma. Seek ophthalmological evaluation also.

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I'm getting dizzy, slightly blurred vision, headache before a bowel movement. It's like I'm about to pass out. This isn't whike bearing down.?

I'm getting dizzy, slightly blurred vision, headache before a bowel movement. It's like I'm about to pass out. This isn't whike bearing down.?

Seek Medical Help: I am concerned about the symptoms you are describing. If this is the first time it has occurred then it is even more important that you get treatment today. I don't have more information from you to go by but TIA, Strokes, HTN, low blood sugar come to mind. If you are feeling like passing out your body is loudly telling you to get treatment now.

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Had low blood pressure. Today I've felt sick, dizzy, blurred vision, headaches. Today's readings are:- 98/58 - 84/68 -106/56 any of these concerning??

Had low blood pressure. Today I've felt sick, dizzy, blurred vision, headaches. Today's readings are:- 98/58 - 84/68 -106/56 any of these concerning??

Yes: Especially if your normal blood pressure was much higher. If you are not taking any diuretic, one needs to check your adrenal status. On the other hand, your problem may just be from a migraine. At any rate, you need to contact your doctor to find out the cause.

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I have a headache, dizziness and blurred vision and I just got into a fender bender, should I be worried, and what is this a sign of?

I have a headache, dizziness and blurred vision and I just got into a fender bender, should I be worried, and what is this a sign of?

Concussion?: If you symptoms began after the accident, they could be indicative of a mild concussion. I would see your doctor promptly for a full evaluation.

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Severe headache, jaw ache, dizziness and blurred vision. What are some probable causes?

Severe headache, jaw ache, dizziness and blurred vision. What are some probable causes?

Temporal Arteritis: You need to get evaluated as soon as possible to make sure that is not the condition causing your symptoms. It could also be diabetes as well as other causes.

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Got a headache out of nowhere, this happens alot, they usually last 2-4 hours, with blurred vision and dizziness!! I'm becoming kinda concerned?

Got a headache out of nowhere, this happens alot, they usually last 2-4 hours, with blurred vision and dizziness!! I'm becoming kinda concerned?

If you're concerned,: Go see your doctor, eh? Tell him/her you're wondering if you have migraines, eh? Because if your headaches are migraines, they're treatable, eh? I understand you're kinda concerned, but you need to stay grounded and keep your stick on the ice.

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Have had a really bad headache with dizziness and some blurred vision?

Have had a really bad headache with dizziness and some blurred vision?

Dizziness: Your symptoms indicate that you have someone you know to take you as soon as possible the nearest Emergency facility. Hope all goes well - please keep me informed, I can always learn something.

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What does having small headaches, dizziness, blurred vision, and a loss of balance indicate?

What does having small headaches, dizziness, blurred vision, and a loss of balance indicate?

Maybe benign: Although migraine syndromes can include problems with dizziness and changes in vision, the loss of balance is concerning, as this could indicate inner ear or brainstem problems. Since this could be associated with anemias, medication rxtns, and thyroid problems, or even sinusitis, best to get examined and diagnosed.

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Having blurred vision and dizziness like building is moving or falling with headaches?

Having blurred vision and dizziness like building is moving or falling with headaches?

This is not normal: And may represent serious intracranial problems. You need to be evaluated by a health care provider as soon as possible. Do not delay.

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I have been having blurred vision, dizziness and the feeling of nausea and headaches that will come and go. What does this sound like?

I have been having blurred vision, dizziness and the feeling of nausea and headaches that will come and go. What does this sound like?

Possible migraines: There are many possible causes, including migraines. See a neurologist for a proper evaluation of the headaches.

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What's the diagnose of an unstable BP (low then high mostly at the same time)with the feeling of dizziness, headache, nausea, blurred vision & heaviness.

Need more info: It looks like you have concerns about a complex medical situation. You may want to consult with a doctor with a more detailed review of the problems. You can arrange a one on one consultation here, or see a doctor in person. Diagnosis based on the symptoms you describe would require lots more discussion & depend on the patient (young or old?) the timing (recent or chronic), the triggers, etc.

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I have severe back pains, numbness, bad headaches/migraines (blurred vision and dizziness), I have numbness. I get attacks, insufferable pain! What is it?

I have severe back pains, numbness, bad headaches/migraines (blurred vision and dizziness), I have numbness. I get attacks, insufferable pain! What is it?

Many issues: With this many issues, you should be first seen by a neurologist and a rheumatologist. Together, they should be able to diagnose your etiology.

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Daily headaches and dizziness. Also vomiting and blurred vision?

Daily headaches and dizziness. Also vomiting and blurred vision?

Headaches: You may be having migraine headaches but if this is a daily occurrence, you need to see your internist to rule out any serious medical issues.

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What to do if I have headaches, dizziness, tiredness, nausea and blurred vision?

What to do if I have headaches, dizziness, tiredness, nausea and blurred vision?

Inform the doctor!: The clinical practice is that when initiating treatment, patients are informed to call their doctor if they experience such side effects. Many side effects can be temporary, but many times its indicating the need for medical intervention.

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What could be the cause of dizziness, headaches, ringing in ears, and blurred vision?

What could be the cause of dizziness, headaches, ringing in ears, and blurred vision?

Many possibilities: The constellation of symptoms you describe could be due to many things, some of concern, some not. I would strongly suggest you see your primary care doctor for an evaluation. It could be as simple as high blood pressure.

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I fell and hit my head now I am dizzy have vomited and have blurred vision and a headache. Any clue if it is serious?

Yes: It is better for it to end up being nothing than to miss something grave. Injury causes pain but your's is beyond pain as now there is vomiting and blurring of vision. You have to be evaluated neurologically and if needed have your brain looked at for certainty.

Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Headache (Definition)

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Irritated Eyes (Definition)

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