Many possibilities. There are probably at least a hundred possible causes of being dizzy. The most common and easiest to try to correct first is being a little dehydrated. Most people do not drink enough fluids throughout the day. Is your urine concentrated? If so, drink (non-caffeine containing) liquids until your pee is clear. This can sometimes help with dizziness. If this doesn't help, you may need to go see doc.
Dizzy. Mnay causes including ear, eye, neck, migraines and even thyroid issues. Start by seeing your doctor for a good check up. If normal then see a neurologist.
Lately I've been getting dizzy spells and nasusia for no reason I feel finr all day then boom. I got over the head type flu 1 1/2 weeks ago.
See you doctor. Your symptoms are too complex for this forum to help you. See your doctor.
Creatitine 1.2, Prolaction 82, GFR 56, migraines, dizzy spells, laction (no reason). Is it more brain or kidney's? 31 white female. Always tired too
Hyperprolactinemia. Hi. Yes, with the lactation, that hyperprolactinemia (hi PRL) is the real thing. It is most likely due to a benign pituitary tumor that makes PRL, but some drugs can cause hi PRL, and some tumors that don't make PRL can compress the pituitary stalk and elevate PRL. Hypothyroidism can sometimes elevate PRL, so TSH and free T4 should be checked. I don't think your kidneys have anything to do with it.
I havebeen having these sharp bad pains to my lower abdomen for about three days but I have no appendix. Could this be a reason for me having dizzy spells, fainting, puking, and having hot flashes? Should I see the doctor!
Yes. If you are a woman, there would be many other potential causes of pain in the lower abdomen more so than in man -- so yes, please see your doctor or visit a local urgent care right now -.
Possibly. Please see a doctor for evaluation of these symptoms.