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Fuzzy eye focus, lightheaded, hot and cold flashes, low BP. Further?

7-8 times, 5 before eating, but right as I sat down, and three times after eating. Fuzzy eye focus (narrowing), very lightheaded, hot flash followed by cold . Lasts 5-10 minutes. Feel better after lying down for a few minutes. Once on a cruise my blood pressure fell off the table to 87/57. Had all blood tests (normal), angiogram ( age 72 and doctor says arteries are pristine), halter monitor (normal), generally blood pressure is 68/100 to 110/70 or so. EKG s normal. CT Scan (normal). No allergies. No diabetes (although father developed in late 30 s due to alchoholism. I have never smoked or consumed alcohol. Lou
Asked On : Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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it is wheat or other food allergy
get blood serum test for wheat milk potato rice nuts egg andrice
you will get it
go for elimination diet
your sugar will also be cured
Answered: Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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