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Having shakes and dizziness. Why do I get sick often? Have pancreatitis. Explain situation

i am having shakes , and dizziness , and feeling sick , my dizziness when i stand up , and my whole body is shaking , and i feel like i m not myself , i m only 20 years old , and have had a lot of problems medical wise , with pancreatitis * , and other things going on , i would really like to have some idea s of what could be causing my health problems this time
Asked On : Sun, 14 Oct 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Dec 2014
Welcome to HCM

You have history of pancreatitis and currently having symptoms like shakiness, dizziness, feeling sick etc. The symptoms may occur due to deficiency of nutrients like Vitamin B12. I would advise you to start B12 supplements. Other cause of such symptoms is anxiety. In anxiety shakiness, dizziness, weakness, tiredness etc symptoms are seen. If the symptoms are becoming intolerable then please visit a Psychiatrist for expert evaluation.
Hope this helps you.

Answered: Thu, 19 Sep 2013
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