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Frequent episodes of dizziness, sudden sweating on forehead, abdominal pain, eased with cool air post a high calorie diet. Cause?

I went out to eat with a friend, I had a margarita, prime rib and baked potatoe, i ate fewer calories during the day so i could eat a good dinner, 15 minutes after meal while walking outside i suddenly felt dizzy, sudden sweating on forehead , abdominal pain . I needed cold air and felt weird. I got into car and cranked up ac and 10 minutes later i was all better. This has happend twice and just recently. Please help.
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Oct 2013
hello dear
thanks for your query at HCM
it could be due to high glucose levels in the body or blood pressure changes.
get fasting and post prandial blood glucose levels done, and also get blood pressure levels measured.
if these test are normal you need to be evaluated for further.

Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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