I'm 16 and experience chronic widespread joint paint and get very dizzy and lightheaded often. I have a history of high and low blood pressure?

Go to MD. At 16 you have many symptoms. There are some calle growing pains as the bones and tissues grow but the diffuse nature of your problem and other systemic manifestations warrant better evaluations and tests especially for rheumatologic problems.

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Hello Dr. I've a blood pressure of 102/68 and I feel dizzy even when seated down. I feel lightheaded as well, is this low blood pressure?

Dysautonomia - MVP. Possible dysautonomia / mitral valve prolapse syndrome - neither are usually life threatening but may cause anxiety about symptoms. See doctor to be checked and to consider ultra low dose beta-blocker drugs. Read Dr. Richard Hoffman's book on MVP on Amazon.com. Increase fluid intake, add slow release magnesium & Cardiamins (Google and use code CMC for special discount). 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...
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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...

I didn't had a good sleep since 1.5 months and miss my meal sometimes. Now I have this dizziness. Is it coz of lbp? (i have low blood pressure since 16)

Odd combo-see Dr. The sleep issue, diet, dizziness, lbp do not conveniently fit together to give an easy answer. You need to be seen and examined by a provider who can get a good history and put the pieces together, and order tests if necessary, to see what is going on and why. Read more...