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Dizziness, heavy arms and legs, vertigo, rise in creatinine, cholesterol and SGPT, had tonsillitis, mumps. Help?

I am 40 years old,female and at this moment I am experiencing dizziness with heavy legs and arms. I feel like I m riding in a vehicle or a boat specifically when I sit and stand. I consulted a doctor and I was prescribed to take anti vertigo medicine.My blood sugar is normal, a little raise in creatinine , cholesterol and SGPT . I am taking antibiotics due to tonsillitis and mumps since Friday, But when I woke up last Saturday morning, I can t stand for I feel that my room turns upside down, and it last until today despite of the medecines that I am taking. Although I am taking medicine fas my maintenance for my hypertension yet my blood pressure for the past 5 days was normal and even today.What might be the causes of this ailment that I am suffering at this moment?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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Thank fro choosing HCM
Your complaints seem weird, you must have been diagnosed it with you own, and not the Doctor, Tonsillitis, Mumps, in the age of 40, something strange, it could be illusive delusive phenomenon, in my opinion you better consult to some good physician, and stop thinking about such diagnosis instead, Have a nice Day
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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