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Am I seriously fainting every day?

I get these weird things about 5-7 times a day. They're getting more frequent: I'm sitting down I'd laying down or even just standing then when I move around my vision goes black, I get extreemly dizzy and dioriented and sometimes fall down. My doctor said it's normal because the test results were normal. I've done some tests myself and it's worse when I don't drink enough water, and / or drinking caffeine and/or when I'm tired and /or when I just wake up from a nap. I don't trust my doctor. Anyone know what they are? Oh, and I get a throbbing headache afterwards. Sometimes the headache lasts for 20 seconds to 5 minutes and can get so bad that I actually puked from the pain once.
Asked On : Fri, 11 Dec 2009
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You need to see your GP so that full neurological and cardiological investigations can be arranged in order to get you a diagnosis and appropriate management.
Answered: Fri, 11 Dec 2009
Psychiatrist Dr. Susanta Padhy's  Response
Thanks for the question
You need to consult a medicine specialist or a neurologist, as the diagnostic possibilities may vary from normal to ENT cause to migraine to migrainous epilepsy to seizure disorder to others. You need to be evaluated thoroughly, genuinly. ‘Hope I have answered your query, “Wish you Good Health and speedy recovery
Answered: Tue, 28 Jun 2011
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