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Why Do You Get Dizziness After Stitches
I self harmed last night by cutting & all of today I have been feeling realy dizzy. When should you get stitches on a cut & why am I feeling so dizzy?
ER: psychiatry: Immediate evaluation and psychiatric evaluation. You are suicidal and cutting, depressed and injured. ...Read more
I hit my head very hard last night, got 5 stitches. Now im very tired and feeling dizzy/confused having trouble concentrating. Should I go back?
I hit my head walking into glass window 5 days ago. My eyebrow got cut by glasses frame, went to ER and got 6 stitches. No vomiting in 24 hr just mild dizziness. 3 days ago I started noticing mild headache, gets better after sleep but present.
May need MRI:
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re you are still experiencing mild, transient effects from your mishap - i.e. mild concussion. My advice is to return to the ER where you were treated and let them decide whether to proceed further. An undiagnosed head injury would dangerous for you and disastrous for them so they will pay attention. If not, seek a 2nd opinion from a neurologist. ...Read more
Hit my head hard and needed stitches 2 days ago. Don't show many signs of concussion. Just bouts of dizzines. Can I have a couple beers tonight? 4 or 5
WearAFootballHelmet: A lot of people your (i.e. our)age and above can get this. If you get up too quickly you get a little unsteady or dizzy, especially after sitting a long time, or getting out of bed. Some guys make it to the bathroom then faint right there in mid-stream. It can be made worse by dehydration and many different medications, even some herbs. So in the short run, get up slowly, sit first then stand. ...Read more
Hypotension: What you are describing is orthostatic hypotension or postural hypotension. When you get up, your blood pressure dropa and there is a delay in recovery to normal. Mild symptoms, lasting a few seconds, is not usually a cause for concern and does not need to be treated. If it is lasting a long time, see your primary doc for evaluation and discussion of treatment options. ...Read more
Randomly clasping but I have been conscious the entire time. I get dizziness then I clasp. What could cause this?
Many causes: Do you mean collapsing? Are you falling down, but not losing consciusness? This is a very serious medical issue that warrants medical evaluation right away. You did not list any other symptoms, any chest pain? shortness of breath? weakness in your body? Acute illness like flu? Recent gastrointestinal illness that might have made you weak? It is not normal to fall down, see MD today ...Read more
For some time, when I'm sitting and I get up, I get a strong dizziness that makes me falta. What can it be? It happens very frequently.
Your blood pressure: May be dropping when u move from a sitting to a standing position. See your dr for a thorough exam. Take care! ...Read more
I have been experiencing dizziness for several months now, however it has been progressively getting worse. Now I get waves of dizziness just sitting?
Possibly: Anxiety can cause excess cortisol, os adrenaline secretion which can cause a number of symptoms, including dizziness, lightheadedness, rapid heart beat palpitations, chestpain, headaches, etc. Try calming yourself down by concentrating on slowing down your breathing over a few minutes if this doesn't help, see your primary provider for further evaluation. Good luck! ...Read more
It's a migraine: Migraine headaches are often accompanied by dizziness and vertigo. Treatment of migraine will usually also relieve dizziness. Try to avoid drugs if possible - start with avoiding caffeine, getting enough sleep, 3-4 low-carb meals, aerobic exercise, biofeedback, magnesium, coq10, riboflavin, other supplements, Botox injections if headaches are frequent, and only then, drugs. Try migralex. ...Read more
Dizziness: This is due to multiple factors and depends on the type of sickness you are referring to. In upper respiratory tract infection may be associated with sinus congestion. This in turn may increase the pressure inside the sinus cavity which will be transmitted to your vestibular organ in the inner ear. As part of an inflammatory response your body produces substances that will make you feel dizzy. ...Read more
Problem in inner ear: The most likely cause is something affecting the nerves or the small bones in the inner ear. Could be a virus (acute layrinthitis) a bacterial infection (sinus, ears, nasal passages), 'benign positional vertigo' adverse medication affect. Aok if rx or goes away within 2wks.. But if goes on longer, very severe, need further tests, like a brain scan (including internal auditory canals). ...Read more
Is dizzy means light headed or spinning of the head?
If this is light headed and feeling of black out then dropping of blood pressure with change in body position one of the common reason. Check with your phyhsician. He may check your blood pressure in different position. ...Read more
Possible reasons: You need adequate fluid volume and oxygen to get to your brain at all times. When you stand up, if you are dehydrated, or if you might be anemic, you could feel lightheaded or dizzy. There are also possible contributions from you vestibular system that could cause this. See your pcp to discuss possible reasons, check your blood pressure and blood count, possibly other tests. ...Read more
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