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I have been dizzy for four days why could this happen?

I have been dizzy for four days  why could this happen?

Dizzy -- Many Causes: Dizzy for four days -- what else has been going on? There are many causes of "dizziness". Most have to do with alterations in blood flow to the brain, a recent viral illness, alterations in heart rhythm, changes in blood pressure, and electrolyte abnormalities. A few causes involve your inner ears. If you are experiencing no numbness, tingling, speech changes, visual changes, give it a few days. ...Read more

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Dr. Dariush Saghafi
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Dizziness (Definition)

Dizziness is light-headedness, feeling like you might faint, being unsteady, loss of balance, or vertigo (a feeling that you or the room ...Read more


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I have had a fever for four days, congestion, very weak, and some dizziness. What could be causing this? And what should I do?

I have had a fever for four days, congestion, very weak, and some dizziness. What could be causing this? And what should I do?

Infection: You apparently have some infection, most probabely a viral upper respiratory infection causing fever and congestion, it could be sinus infection and you should get it checked if does not get better within 5 days but if the fever is high see your doctor asap as you may need antibiotics. ...Read more

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Last friday i experienced an allergic reaction, symptom was dizziness/vertigo. How long does this usually last? It's been four days.

Last friday i experienced an allergic reaction, symptom was dizziness/vertigo. How long does this usually last? It's been four days.

Unlikely an allergy: Dizziness and vertigo are unlikely an allergic reaction. Depending on if you have auditory symptoms or not, it can be due to inner ear / vestibular diseases or even a stroke. You should come see a doctor since it lasts for several days now. ...Read more

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I got off a cruise about four days ago- i consumed a lot of alcohol - the past few days i'm extremely tired and dizzy- no stumbling just feeling it.?

Mal de debarquement: Other than alcohol consumption playing a role, you may also have "mal de debarquement." this can happen after being on a cruise ship and your balance system has to adjust to a non-moving surface. This should resolve over time. ...Read more

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I'm sick for four days now my stocmach hurt & dizzy what medicine I should take and also my headache don't go away.

If : If your symptoms are still present and have not resolved you should see your doctor. Your symptoms could be consistent with a stomach flu, dehydration, viral illness, etc. It is difficult to tell you what to take for your stomach pain without a more detailed description. Tylenol is safe for your headance since advil may upset your stomach. Please see your doctor. Best of luck. ...Read more

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I have had a hernia for over a year now. Last four days I have had painful diarrhea, thrown up, dizzy, and feel warm. Not sure if its a emergency. ?

I have had a hernia for over a year now. Last four days I have had painful diarrhea, thrown up, dizzy, and feel warm. Not sure if its a emergency. ?

Dehydration: Sounds like gastroenteritis (stomach flu), and it can become an emergency if you don't stay hydrated. If you think the hernia is involved somehow ( pain, hard lump), then you should seek medical attention right away. ...Read more

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Had an aura migraine four days ago. Ever since, I've had dizziness, facial numbness & a feeling of pressure on top my head, headache. Should I worry?

Had an aura migraine four days ago. Ever since, I've had dizziness,  facial numbness & a feeling of pressure on top my head, headache. Should I worry?

Migraine treatment: Once a diagnosis of migraine has been made, effective management of migraine involves three specific strategies: 1) patient education, 2) nonpharmacological management, and 3) pharmacological (medical) management. See an orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation and professional management. ...Read more