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Blackness on opening eyes, dizziness, feeling uneasy. Possible cause?

hi , this is second or third time from i was feeling unease . i was drinking lots of water. when came back home from job i had my lunch and after sometime i slept but when i woke up i dont suddenly i dont know what happened i shut my eyes tightly but whenever i tried to open i can see only black i was trying hard to open my eyes but couldn t then i sat on corner till it get stable it last for minute then when i felt ok i wash my face till my vision was not clear then i drank lots of water then felt better but still felt dizziness . i dont know what it is ? pls help to knw what it is
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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The problem you experience , most likely does not arise primarily from your eyes but is vascular in nature. You need to have your blood pressure checked and a cardiac evaluation. Post a heavy meal there is increased blood supply to the gastrointestinal system and a postural hypotension which means a lower blood pressure following lying down or sitting can cause giddiness for a few minutes as well. A blood evaluation can rule out any lipid abnormalities also. The temporary reduced blood supply to the retina can cause vision problems.
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