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Dizziness, light headed, black spots in vision, blacking out, and leg weakness. Any ideas on what could be wrong with me?

Dizziness, light headed, black spots in vision, blacking out, and leg weakness. Any ideas on what could be wrong with me?

Need for examination: It would require a more detailed history, physical examination and may be some tests to determine the diagnosis. If you have been having excessive menstrual bleeding, anemia from the blood loss could explain these symptoms. It would be prudent to consult your doctor. ...Read more

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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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Dizzy, head aches, spots in vision, concentration problems , fatigue, weakness in legs?

Dizzy, head aches, spots in vision, concentration problems , fatigue, weakness in legs?

See below: Please contact your primary care doctor asap. Sound like you need to be evaluated in person for your symptoms. Good luck! ...Read more

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My baby has knots and sores in her head and knots under her arm pits and sore like spots on her face. What cause this?

My baby has knots and sores in her head and knots under her arm pits and sore like spots on her face. What cause this?

Need to see a doctor: It could be a skin infection and the knots could be enlarged lymph nodes reacting to the infection. It could be also some sort of dermatitis. You will need to take the baby to your pediatrician for proper evaluation. ...Read more

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Been having sore to touch spots on middle back of my head and back upper part of my head. What can it be or why is it happening/?

Scalp Folliculitis: Folliculitis is the name given to inflammation of hair follicles that can be caused by several factors. Folliculitis is a focal inflammation of the hair follicles. It looks like acne with little rings of inflammation surrounding the opening of a hair follicle. The result of folliculitis is a tender red spot, sometimes with a surface pustule. Staph is the most common bacteria causing this. ...Read more

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Sore spots on my head, get shooting pains & then the spot is trender. Also hot to touch. There's 4 spots now. I've been stressed out. Fatal or tension?

Sore spots on my head, get shooting pains & then the spot is trender. Also hot to touch. There's 4 spots now. I've been stressed out. Fatal or tension?

Sore Spots in Head: Relax! sore spots on your head are not fatal, but you need to make an appointment with your doctor to get a thorough evaluation and get to the root of the problem. Stress can cause a lot of physical signs and symptoms, and may well be underlying your problem, but it is always a good idea in these circumstances to consult your physician and get to the underlying cause. ...Read more

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Why do I get sore spots on my head when I have had my hair in a ponytail? My elastic band is lose and isn't always the same spot. They come and go

Why do I get sore spots on my head when I have had my hair in a ponytail? My elastic band is lose and isn't always the same spot. They come and go

Tension : The hair is being pulled back by the hairstyle causing low grade constant tension. This can lead to pain from the hair being pulled or from the muscles of the scalp spasming in response to the irritation. ...Read more

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Have developed several small red splotch spots on the head of my penis. Not sore or raised-does not seem to be spreading. What is this?

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Have developed several small   red splotch spots on the head of my penis.  Not sore or raised-does not seem to be spreading.  What is this?

Here are some ...: Without further detail of the affected area and medical background, it's hard to offer an accurate assessment. At least, these sploches seem benign, non-urgent, and non- progressive. But for long term care, it's reasonable to get pro-evaluation and counseling so to decide if they're long-foreskin-related or not. If so, circumcision may be required. So, see urologist timely. ...Read more

Extremity (Definition)

Is appendage or body part that extends from the main body, such as arms or ...Read more