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Why do I be diizzy ever time I get up or ever take a step.This all the time. It last for good while?

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Dr. David Astrachan
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
4 doctors agree

In brief: Many possibilities

If you feel as if you are moving or things around you are moving you have a symptom called vertigo an that is a problem with your inner ear.
If you feel lightheaded or as if your going to pass out that may be a problem with blood pressure or dehydration. Sometimes anemia can cause symptoms like this as well. Best to see your doctor for an evaluation and blood work.

In brief: Many possibilities

If you feel as if you are moving or things around you are moving you have a symptom called vertigo an that is a problem with your inner ear.
If you feel lightheaded or as if your going to pass out that may be a problem with blood pressure or dehydration. Sometimes anemia can cause symptoms like this as well. Best to see your doctor for an evaluation and blood work.
Dr. David Astrachan
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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Dizziness

Dizziness when getting up may be due to low blood pressure.
(do you take any BP meds?) dizziness with movement may be a balance problem or an inner ear problem (labyrinthitis). Since this problem presents an increased risk for falls, see your doc to be evaluated & treated. Be sure to take all your medicines, including supplements, with you so doc can see if any may be cause.

In brief: Dizziness

Dizziness when getting up may be due to low blood pressure.
(do you take any BP meds?) dizziness with movement may be a balance problem or an inner ear problem (labyrinthitis). Since this problem presents an increased risk for falls, see your doc to be evaluated & treated. Be sure to take all your medicines, including supplements, with you so doc can see if any may be cause.
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
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