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Im getting lightheadedness, dizziness and dilated pupils when turning my head to the right. What could this be?

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Dr. Richard Bensinger
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In brief: Circulatory problem

When you turn your head there might be some degree of arterial compression which can cause these symptoms, especially with the vertebral arterial circulation at the back of the spine.
You should check in with a neurologist to have this evaluated as it might progress.

In brief: Circulatory problem

When you turn your head there might be some degree of arterial compression which can cause these symptoms, especially with the vertebral arterial circulation at the back of the spine.
You should check in with a neurologist to have this evaluated as it might progress.
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