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Episodes of loss of vision, dizziness. Reason?

hi i have been having loss of vision in my eyes for some time now. when it happens i could be walking along and lose my sight for about 30 seconds i have consulted a doctor and went to hospital and they did a few test but it hasnt helped me figure out what it is. when it happens now im beginning to feel dizzy but before i didnt feel dizzy please help me
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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The symptoms which you are describing loss of sight for about 30 seconds are typically found in transient ischemic attacks.
Transient ischemic attacks can be seen in many conditions like as a prodromal symptom of migraine, carotid artery disease, hypotension, anemia and so many.
I advice you to undergo complete evaluation first with ophthalmologist and later with physician for complete evaluation and to find out the underlying cause and treatment accordingly.
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Answered: Tue, 6 Aug 2013
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