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Dizziness followed by black out and fainting on waking up every morning. What could be the cause?

hi I am 14. And I was just wondering... lately every morning I wake up.. and get up from my bed... i always get dizzy.. then after 3-6 seconds everything goes black but i know my eyes is open... and i know im falling but i just can t stop it... and i feel anything until i fall... and when i fall its either i hit my head on the wall.. then i get shocked...
Asked On : Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. Dizzi ness at the age of 17 must be taken care of. It could be due to
middle ear infection epilepsy or some thing of that sort. I advise you to consult a neurologist for
diagnosis and treatment. you may have to get CTscan EEG ECG etc along with other routine
tests. Besides i advise you to follow some diet recomendations as take more of curd and bland
foods like bread biscuits etc. Avoid spices chillies and junkfoods to avoid gastric irritation and
cns irritation. thank you.
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