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Dizzy With Shakes
Tremors in my hands uncontrollably for over a week with no cause. light headed and dizzy, my whole body feels weak like jello and feeling faint. help!
Go to the hospital: LuciL you sound seriously dehydrated or perhaps profoundly anemic. You may have been losing blood from an ovarian cyst or from something else (internal bleeding). This is a dangerous situation with probably very low blood pressure and you could die or pass out while driving for example, so please drink something salty right now and call 911 or have someone drive you to hospital. ...Read more
I am experiencing feeling depressed and feeling anxious (worsened by: caffeinated drinks (coffee, tea, soda, etc and feel dizzy and heavy headed?
Neurologist referal: I suggest you have an exam by a neurologist as soon as possible. The dizziness and heavy headed feeling should be explored further. Depression and anxiety are also of concern and could be related to a neurological problem, diet, or psychological problems. Please avoid caffeine and alcohol. I wish you well with your health and am available for future consultations on HealthTap. ...Read more
Major depression and anxiety feeling loss of concentration and uncoordinated on my feet feeling dizzy and light headed with hand tremors?
I had strong dizziness for 3 min and vomiting all night i wake up with dizziness and i feel nausea.. I was panic ?
"panic" not likely-: This symptom sounds more typical of an inner ear infection or otolith (small accretion rolling around on the cilia lining the inner walls of the fluid-filled semi-circular canals) This causes false firing of the organ responsible for the sense of balance, or angular momentum... so, you can feel like you are turning or spinning, when you are not! This results in "motion sickness", thus the nausea. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dizzy and room spinning spell .. drinking lots of liquid and eating right..... can't shake it... 30 wks?
Please see: Please see your doctor for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. Many causes? ...Read more
I ate some olives with a very high salt content yesterday. Can eating that make you feel Nauseated ,dizziness ,light headed and body aches and pains?
Feeling sick, nauseous with little appetite, dizziness, lightheadness, shaking, fast heartbeat, headache, dry rough cough, during period?
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. ...Read more
Can anxiety make you tired? Weakness? Diarrhea? Loss of appetite and hunger like pains after eating? Dizzy? Head aches?
Yes, but...: there may be medical factors causing these symptoms. Must rule out physical problems, eg., hormonal, infection, meds you may take etc. before saying all are due to anxiety. See your pcp for exam and proper diagnosis. If evaluation is negative, ask for referral to a mental health processional for guidance. Meantime, try to lower your stress as much as possible. See: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/info/anxiety/what-causes-anxiety.php I hope this helps. Best wishes ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Viral infection: Your symptoms sound like you may have a viral illness. Assuming symptoms last only a few days, you need to keep yourself as hydrated as possible. Tylenol or similar products can be used for the fever. However, if you have had these complaints for more then say 5 days the shaky and dizziness could be from dehydration and low blood pressure and in that case you should seek medical attention ...Read more
Time to see doctor: A young woman can get lightheaded upon standing up from sitting if she does not get enough blood to her brain. Her primary care doctor can help figure out why. If she is anemic, such as not eating enough iron-rich foods, or having heavy periods, she may need iron supplements. However, we don't want excess iron to build up in the body. Her doctor can help with this and the other possible causes. ...Read more
Need urgent care: your symptoms sound most like a viral pharyngitis, but you should be seen by a doctor to make sure there is no bacterial , or life-threatening infections. you may be able to take over the counter tylenol (acetaminophen) to help with symptoms, provided you have no other reasons (contra-indications) to avoid tylenol (acetaminophen) ...Read more
26/f. After exercise felt jittery, light headed, and pins and needles in hands. Ate something and felt better. Just low blood sugar or something else?
Exercise effects: Exercise causes a number of changes a lot of those are mediated by increased hormone levels also the degree of response is based how regularly exercise all effects you talk of can be due to normal response as time goes on symptoms should diminish in intensity and duration i doubt you have underlying physical issues but a good physical before engaging in exercise routine is ideal. ...Read more