Have first case of vertigo, low blood pressure. Why is this usually?

Not related. Vertigo ("spinning" type dizziness) has several causes primarily related to the inner ear and cerebellum. Low blood pressure (which may be normal for you) has several causes but the two problems are not related. Abnormally low BP can cause the type of dizziness in which one feels as though they could faint. Fainting is not part of vertigo. Hearing loss, ringing & nausea may accompany vertigo.

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How to get rid of low blood pressure dizziness?

Salt and fluids. Eat plenty of salt and drink plenty of fluids. If that doesn't correct it, there are drugs that can be used. But first, you need to be evaluated for causes of low blood pressure. When you squat or arise from lying down, do it slowly - it's normal for BP to drop briefly at those times and most folks will have a few seconds of dizziness if they get up too fast. Read more...

How to get rid of low blood pressure dizziness spells and near-fainting?

See below. Side effects of medications to treat high blood pressure can cause it.Other conditions called orthostatic hypotension, and heart beat abnormalities [arrythmia] the cause of this phenomenon needs to be sought out. Take precautions like gettting up slowly from a lying or sitting position and moving only if the spells pass.Support stockings may help, but specific treatment depends on cause. Read more...
Check BP and meds. Check your blood pressure first to confirm it's low. If it is, check medications and if you are on blood pressure meds, ask your md to adjust the dosage, to improve blood supply to the brain. If not on blood pressure meds, consider caffeine to help yourself over these spells (5 hour energy drink may help). If still symptomatic, get checkup for cardiac arrhythmia and/or neck vessel blockages. Read more...

I have been dizziness &fainting for 2weeks even I stand up or lying down still dizzy tooo bad. Is this serious problem? Or am I low blood pressure?

Dear dizzy. From the information i have, it looks like you had a laparoscopy, was it recent?. If that procedure was recent then you need to notify the surgeon as your dizziness and fainting may be related to the procedure or whatever diagnosis was the reason you had the procedure. Read more...