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Is 10.2gm/dl haemoglobin considered low for a 21y/o male? Cn dizziness, pressure in head and ears, weakness thruout d day due to low haemoglobin?

Anemia. The different measurements used to assess anemia in humans are the red blood count (RBC), hemoglobin (HGB) & hematocrit (HCT). In the USA, the hematocrit is the most reliable measurement. The hemoglobin x 3 usually is roughly the HCT value. A normal range for HCT is ? 40%, which is about 13gms HGB. Therefore, your level of 10.2 indicates anemia & should be worked up. Read more...

I'm feeling dizzy lightheadedness when walking or turning my head with ringing or buzzing in my ears I have a small cold to more sinus?

Viral. Likely viral labyrinthitis or vestibular neuronitis. This is usually self- limited and should clear with time. However, it is worth seeing a doctor, to make sure that you don't have a bacterial infection, as well. Read more...

Dringairtravel descent episde ear&head pain began folwd by dizziness, weakness, ataxia, tachycardia, chestpain, flttering flopping sensation chest, &shtwind?

Ear pressure. It is possible that your eustation tube was having trouble equalizing the pressure change on descent which could make you body begin to panic with the pain. If this is the only time i would not be concerned and try chewing gum next time on descent. If it happens again not in an airplane you should get in to see your md asap for a diagnosis. Read more...
CHESTPAIN. Sx of chestpain, vertigo, ataxia, weakness, sob and tachycardia needs urgent medical attention.It is common to have ear and head pain but not the other sx. Read more...

I've been feeling weak, light headed, dizzy but it happens randomly. I've been to the doc but they can't seem to find the problem. Wat could it b?

Dysautonomia. Your autonomic nervous system has become excitable and is compromised by chemical changes in the brain which controls the autonomic nervous system. By far the commonest cause is poor diet, especially the sugar and sweeteners. The autonomic nervous system is automatic and is the means by which you adapt to the environment. You are therefore maladapted. Your symptoms can be abolished by good diet. Read more...
WEAK, Dizzy, kigh he. Autonomic dysfunction, how do you sleep, how is your mood, sometimes is good and bad? Many causes may lead to your problems, I suggest to make an appointment with me. Nausea vomiting Tired Dizziness low Blood Pressure General Weakness Fatigue Heart Rate Altered Unintentional Weight Loss Abdominal Pain Excessive sweating Abnormal Heart Rhythms Fainting Dehydration Pregnancy Slow Heart Rate Heart Attack Overview Autonomic Neuropathy Addison’s Disease Peripheral Neuropathy Alcohol and toxins. Read more...

Numbness tingly feeling under my chin every so often followed by hot blocked ears, nausea and troubble breathing, palpitiations and dizzy light headed?

See a neurologist. These multiple symptoms are complex and warrant a careful evaluation by a neurologist. An MRI of the brain would be indicated to rule out multiple sclerosis. A cardiology evaluation for the palpitations. Pregnancy could explain some of the symptoms also. Read more...

Why have I been feeling dizzy, weak, light-headed, and faint? It started after I felt a chill/tingling sensation across my chest after working out, I feel pressure in my head on the right side of my head; head and heart checked out fine.

Needs evaluation. There can be many reasons for feeling "dizzy, weak, light-headed, and faint". Certainly low blood pressure may cause these symptoms as can a problem with you inner ear resulting in vertigo. You should check your BP sitting and standing when you have these symptoms. Depending on the results would need further evaluation. Read more...
Many caused. There are many possible causes of those symptoms, and it is very difficult to give further advice or guidance without a more thorough examination and evaluation. If you had an evaluation with normal results so far, then the more serious potential causes are much less likely. It is best to continue working with your doctor to find the cause. Read more...