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What could be the cause of dizziness, headaches, ringing in ears, and blurred vision?

What could be the cause of dizziness, headaches, ringing in ears, and blurred vision?

Many possibilities: The constellation of symptoms you describe could be due to many things, some of concern, some not. I would strongly suggest you see your primary care doctor for an evaluation. It could be as simple as high blood pressure. ...Read more

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Dr. Dariush Saghafi
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Dizziness (Definition)

Dizziness is a feeling of light headedness that includes loss of balance, vertigo, or the feeling as ...Read more


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What could be the cause of dizzy spells with electrical like feelings in feet?

What could be the cause of dizzy spells with electrical like feelings in feet?

Multiple things: Panic attacks can cause dizziness and often have electrical or tingling feelings in hands or feet. Too much synthroid (thyroxine) can cause dizziness, as well. Sugar imbalance, orthostatic hypotension, anemia, and even vitamin deficiency are within the differential. Best to discuss with your doctor. ...Read more

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What could be the cause of sudden dizziness ? My boyfriend has narcolepsy. Meds: lilyfluoxitine. Its when he gets up. Not feeling nauseous though.

What could be the cause of sudden dizziness ? My boyfriend has narcolepsy. Meds: lilyfluoxitine. Its when he gets up. Not feeling nauseous though.

Several ideas: I am not sure whether the narcolepsy is related to the dizziness. I have 3 possibilities for the dizziness. Dizziness is a very non-specific symptom. If it is light headedness, this is a central problem and is related to either low blood pressure or autonomic dysfunction. If it is vertigo, then it may be bppv and will spontaneously resolve or with head excersizes. Rarely it is central (brain). ...Read more

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What could be a cause of chronic dizziness?

What could be a cause of chronic dizziness?

Many causes: Difficult question. Often inner ear. Requires thorough eval because of the chronicity. ...Read more

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I just got a clear echo and ecg. What else could likely cause my palpitations, dizziness (sleeping on sides) and fatigue. (age 21 male, anxiety)?

I just got a clear echo and ecg. What else could likely cause my palpitations, dizziness (sleeping on sides) and fatigue. (age 21 male, anxiety)?

You need a holter mo: Palpitations in the absence of structural heart disease are benign. If this is just skip heart beat usually extra heat beat is the contributing factor. However, if you are experiencing rapid heart beat with a rapid pulse it is possible you may have svt. This could be easly treated with medication or electrophysiologic treatment. You need to see your md for a holter monitor or event monitoring. ...Read more

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I just got a clear echo and ecg. What else could likely cause my palpitations, dizziness (sleeping on sides) and fatigue. (age 21 male, anxiety) ?

I just got a clear echo and ecg. What else could likely cause my palpitations, dizziness (sleeping on sides) and fatigue. (age 21 male, anxiety) ?

Consider monitoring: Palpitation that do not show up on an ecg, with a normal echo in a 21 yr old are generally quite harmless. A holter monitor or an event recorder would be a way to record all your heart beats over several days or weeks to define exactly what it is you are feeling. Try limiting caffeine and energy drinks. ...Read more

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I don't take drugs, don't really drink, eat fairly healthy, exercise moderately, what could be causing my dizziness?

I don't take drugs, don't really drink, eat fairly healthy, exercise moderately, what could be causing my dizziness?

Appointment: Make an appointment with a psychiatrist you feel comfortable with and who you feel understands you. ...Read more

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What could be causing abnormal exhaustion, dizziness, headaches, and nausea?

What could be causing abnormal exhaustion, dizziness, headaches, and nausea?

too many: Your symptoms are common and nonspecific. The list of possibilities is very long. Perhaps visit your regular medical doctor. ...Read more