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Dizziness, cold sweats, fainting episodes, blurred vision. Causes for symptoms?

I get dizzy, lightheaded, clodsweats, and have passed out a few times what could cause that Blurred vision also Like one day I felt sick to my stomach , and then later that night took some water and I passed out on the floor. Dr said it probably went down wrong pipe. I ve put wood in woodstove stood up, and felt extreamly dizzy. Had to hold on to something felt like my body was just going to fall over like I was spinning around in circles
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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Your symptoms are quite serious.If blood supply to your brain is low you can have these symptoms
I have no details of your age,any medical illness affecting your heart,High BP,Diabetes,any ear problems,any medication you are on.
You must get yourself clinically evaluated and investigated for any neurological problems at the earliest.
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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