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Frequent light headaches with dizziness, tiredness throughout the day, blurry vision, excessive thirst and cough. Cause?

Hi doc, i have this feeling this week, i have frequent light headache with a little dizzy feeling but never vomit . I feel tired all day. When i ate, that i got so sleepy. It was accompanied with blurry vision . I ate a little this past days, i only ate 2rice per day and ate fruits, veggies and oatmeal in lunch and dinner. I have sometimes black vision when i woke up. I have 90,60 bp . I have sometimes feeling pain in my lower left right under my ribs but not so painful. Sometimes i felt light pain on my back, on my thigh. I sometimes feel thirsty and i choke and cough a bit.
Asked On : Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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Hello heart,

It would have been better if you had mentioned your age and given any history of the past illness. Anyways, I will try to help you. From your symptoms it is clear that you are suffering from general weakness. You need a " Master healthcheck up". You are suffering from hypotension, you also have electrolyte imbalance ( potassium, sodium, mineral depletion). This is causing you pain on your back and thighs. You are dehydrated and should take re-hydrating fluids, soups and juice. I suggest you to visit a doctor in emergency room.

You need to be examined clinically, investigations and blood tests need to be done to rule out anaemia and diseases like viral infection, influenza, typhoid, jaundice, etc.

It will be good if you get admitted in a hospital and get treated through IV lines ( fluids and antibiotics ) to get relief in a shorter time. Have a nice day, take care.
Answered: Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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