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Extremely tired, dizziness, lightheaded, nauseous, chills. Appetite fine. Possible reason?

Hi there, i m writing you now because i havent been feeling well at all these past 48 hrs. First off, ive been feeling extremely tired and slept for over 12 hrs yesterday. when i get up, i feel dizzy and some sort of feeling of shock shoots through my head and arms every few moments. i feel lightheaded and faint. and then this afternoon i started feeling nauseous and have to lay down because i feel like im going to throw up. i tried drinking some water and that just made me feel more nauseated. i also have the chills. my appetite is just fine though, i feel like i can eat, but im afraid to because it might make me feel worse. if you can, please help me figure out whats wrong and if i need to see a doctor. thanks.
Asked On : Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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I understood that you have been having lightheadedness, dizziness, nausea and chills. These symptoms could be because of various conditions like      Vertigo, Presyncope (which is feeling faint and lightheaded without losing consciousness) and may be in very rare cases because of some heart or brain related problems.
I suggest you to undergo proper physical examination to know the exact cause.

Take Care!
Answered: Tue, 18 Jun 2013
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