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Dizziness, hearing loss. No diabetes or blood pressure. Suggestions?

Hi, I sometimes get dizzy spells at no particular time of the day or night, they just come on quickly and go again. During this I lose hearing , and focus, and sometimes if i am walking or talking stop . I havent fallen over or anything and they dont last for any longer than maybe 30 seconds but its becoming more frequent. I have been tested numerous times for diabetes and my blood pressure and all results are clear. I have been getting these episodes since I was around 18 and am now 32.. Any suggestions?
Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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The description of the attacks that you get sounds like a complex partial seizure or an absence seizure. You have not mentioned whether your tests included EEG. If not done till now, it needs to be done and appropriate medication has to be started. There is very high probability that your attacks will get controlled with medications. you need to consult a neurologist for evaluation.
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