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Why does my child that is 11 feel dizzy?
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Dr. Michael Amster
Pediatrics
2 doctors agree
In brief: Many reasons
"weak and dizzy" covers about everything one could suffer from, so we'll narrow it down a bit.
At 11, and especially in females, eating is sometimes not so great, so low blood sugar or low blood pressure due to inadequate salt intake is possible. Children at that age do not hydrate very well, and most don't get good sleep. All these can lead to weakness and dizziness.

In brief: Many reasons
"weak and dizzy" covers about everything one could suffer from, so we'll narrow it down a bit.
At 11, and especially in females, eating is sometimes not so great, so low blood sugar or low blood pressure due to inadequate salt intake is possible. Children at that age do not hydrate very well, and most don't get good sleep. All these can lead to weakness and dizziness.
Dr. Michael Amster
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Dr. Anatoly Belilovsky
There are also inner ear problems that can cause dizziness, such as labyrinthitis and benign positional vertigo.
Dr. Nela Cordero
Pediatrics
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Vertigo
Lots of causes such as lack of sleep, visual problems , anemic , inner ear infection like labyrinthitis, hypoglycemia from not eating good.
He needs to be examined.

In brief: Vertigo
Lots of causes such as lack of sleep, visual problems , anemic , inner ear infection like labyrinthitis, hypoglycemia from not eating good.
He needs to be examined.
Dr. Nela Cordero
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