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Benign vertigo: If what you have experienced is sudden onset and associated with head motion, such as getting out of bed abruptly, but lasting for no more than a couple minutes, it may be a common benign condition called labyrinithis or benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. For quick relief: keep your head still or (move in slow motion). Some anti-nausea medications are very effective. C your doc if not better. ...Read more
Dizziness: Lots of possibilities, if you have it go see your dr. And get checked out. ...Read more
My husband is experiencing extreme dizziness. Could this be caused by having too much sugar at once?
No: Please have this ''dizziness'' checked out.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have been getting nauseous every night the last three nights along with extreme dizziness. What could be happening to me?
Depends: Dizziness especially vertigo when supine is often positional vertigo which rarely lasts more than a minute. This is usually easily treated with canalith repositioning procedure. If the dizziness continues as long as you're laying down then must see ENT as the dizziness may be coming from brain. ...Read more
I had an episode of extreme dizziness while driving today. The type that makes your body move and you can't control it and it's hard to see well. I haven't had one of these episodes in a while. Never had one while driving. I had no other symptoms. Could t
What to do if I have a-fib. Have periods of extreme dizziness, eyesight difficulties. Is this from my a-fib?
Possibly: If you have episodes where your heart rate is faster than it should be, which is common with a-fib, the symptoms you describe may be related to the a-fib. It is also possible that medications that you are on for the a-fib are effecting your blood pressure - which may be more noticeable with position changes (going from standing to sitting). Both possibilities should be evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more
Absolutely: But for extreme symptoms i would expect a quite low HGB value. ...Read more
Consider ER/ENT: Vertigo of this duration is not positional as positional vertigo lasts less than 1min and is triggered by getting into or out of bed, turning over in bed, or flexing/extending head. Consider menieres especially if ear full, tinnitus, hearing loss. May be vestibular migraine if headache, sound/light sensitive. Vestibular neuritis which can last days to week. Stroke. Or labyrinthitis-vertigo n deaf. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can evista (raloxifene) cause dizziness? Is it common for evista (raloxifene) to cause extreme dizziness?
Bad cold for two days. on beta blocker for hr. extreme dizziness both sitting down and walking around. side effect of med or cold?
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