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Dizziness, unconscious, sweating. Checked blood pressure. Had flu-like symptoms, no fever

got dizzy, passed out for a few seconds, had the swets real bad for about 15 minutes then ok. Checked sugar level(ok) and blood pressure about half an hour after it happened. First blood pressure 106/57 69. Next 5 checks in same area. Was sick for the previous week w/ flu like symptoms. No high fever . nevermind, I thought this was going to be and im type deal at no charge.
Asked On : Sun, 25 Nov 2012
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

After going through the details given by you, it might be difficult to come to a proper diagnosis.

I suggest that your blood pressure (diastolic) is a bit on the lower side (it depends on your physic and other details). Dizziness and passing out must have some relation to that.

I further suggest to consult a general physician and check your BP consistently through several weeks and come to a diagnosis. You general physician should be able to help you much better.

I hope I could answer your question satisfactorily. I am available to further queries, please feel free to contact.
Get well soon.
Answered: Thu, 22 Aug 2013
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