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Dizzy, naussea, vomiting, not pregnant. What it could be?

Hi, this morning i went swimming as usual and i was feeling well, but when i when to shower i started to feel very dizzy and I got very pale and purple around my mouth, I almost fainted trying to get up, felt naussea and urge to go to the toilet, i went, but it was not diarrhea , it was soft but normal and not a lot, then i threw up like a full mouth so just a little bit, but just water nothing solid. I m still feeling weak, but not dizzy. This hasn t happened to me before, i m not pregnant, i m wondering what could it be?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Naturopathy & Yoga Specialist 's  Response
Your problem may be due to you would have swallowed the water in the pool so your body tried to throw that water out. Now skip your meal drink lime tea and supplement your diet with fruit juices. Drink plenty of water if symptoms still persists visit the physician near by.
Take care.
Dr.Ambika Murali Krishnan B.N.Y.S
Answered: Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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