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Have dizziness and nausea after using tanning bed. Taking Lisinipril BP. On HCG diet. Cause?

i am just starting tanning in tanning bed , when i get up i felt really dizzy, and ready to pass out, also nauseated, thought i got up to quick , but when i went 2nd time it was worse, like vertigo , i am on lisinipril, for bpressure, celexa , provical, voltarin, and been on hcg diet for 2 mths to loose weight, injections , what could be getting me so sick, i have tanned my whole life
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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It may be the lisinopril in combination with getting up too quickly after lying down and relaxing under the tanning lamps. Your body may be a bit slow to compensate for your sudden change in position. The answer would be to move more slowly to the upright position, perhaps sit on a chair for a few moments before standing.
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