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I have low sodium and high ferritin levels.Symptoms: dizziness, blacked out once, headaches, tiredness, vomiting after swimming. What's the reason(s)?
Unclear: Really need more info. You should see your doctor and have a full evaluation. ...Read more
What would cause my whole house of adults to feel dizzy and woozy for 3 days now? we all have the same few symptoms, dizziness, diarrhea off and on
These symptoms dizziness weak tired all the time feeling sick collapsing headaches pain in my sides go hot and cold what wrong with me is it serious?
Hard to know: It's not possible to diagnose your symptoms without an in-person exam, or comment on the seriousness of any conditions which might be present. I suggest you please see a physician asap. If these symptoms are acute and you're "collapsing, " please go to an er rather than waiting for an appointment. ...Read more
-dizziness(specifically feels like whatever is under me is moving/off balanced)
-headache(on left side) -stabbing/cramp
See your physician: These symptoms may represent anxiety, a specific kind of headache, or other neurological condition. You should keep a log of the location, timing, duration, characteristic, and intensity of these episodes and take the log with you to your primary care physician. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/headache.html , http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/panicdisorder.html ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain of prying ingrown fingernail from infected skin cause shock-like symptoms (dizzy, sweaty, low hr, tired). No blood. Can pain cause shock? Dangerous?
The subjective: Experience of pain can do a lot of things to an individual and is best avoided at all costs. In your case i would recommend stop manipulating your fingernail (lots of pain receptors there) and let your doctor take a look. ...Read more
Can you help determine my symptoms? Dizziness, tremors on left side, head pain, balance problems and general body pains. Been to the doctors, no help
See a neurologist: The dizziness, imbalance, focal tremors, associated with aches and pains suggest many potential illnesses, and this needs to be diagnosed. Am perplexed why you conclude that your doctors have been of "no help", as our job is to diagnose and ease misery, not to ignore problems. In pts with many problems such as yours, might wonder about lyme disease, inflammatory issues, vasculitis, etc. ...Read more
I've read that MS used to be checked (at least partially) with the "hot tub test." I've noticed my symptoms (dizziness, balance issues, numbness/tingling extremities) actually seem BETTER when I'm in a hot bath/shower. Mean anything or coincidence?
RESPONSE: Yes, in the past, prior to imaging advances, "Hot Bath" test was utilized to exacerbate patient symptoms to confirm diagnosis, but no longer used as was often false positive, and MRI supplanted. Occasional MS patients seem to do better in warmer environments, and some even do worse in cold weather. Thus, your responses are not indicative of definitive diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Primary care: please see your primary care physician, the data you provide are too broad to answer meaningfully ...Read more
Recent Symptoms: Dizzy spells, foggy vision, Exhaustion, Random mild headaches.
What could be going on?
Long Differential Dx: Though nonspecific, dizzy spells, foggy vision, exhaustion and random mild headaches, could indicate diabetes mellitus, hypertension, kidney disease, vertebrobasilar insufficiency, intracranial hypertension or even a worse diagnosis. Try to have this evaluated by a qualified provider, since some of these possibilities would demand university-level care. ...Read more
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