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Heaviness in eyelids, dizziness and fatigue in the mornings. On nebicard. Advice

I am aged 70 .I get little dizzy in the mornings ie giddyness .Feel tired too often.As the day progresses I feel better .I walk for 20 to 30 mins daily,about four to five times in a week.I take nebicard 2.5 mg for BP tow times daily mornings and night .I also feel a mild form of eye pressure and feel sometimes heavy on the eye lids.Feel the sress if I undertake strenous tasks like filling a BANK forms etc for a bank transactions etc.Normally I keep my cool but these days I lose it often.ESWARA CHANDRAMOULI
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
Dear Eswaraji, Though your symptoms are suggestive of just fatigue, they may be indicative of other conditions too. You need to rule out the following conditions:
1. Is your BP becoming too low... in that case your medication may need t be changed.
2. You need to get your eyes examined with a good ophthalmologist who will also look at your retina in detail and also check your eye pressure with an instrument called applanation tonometer. At your age, i would expect some amount of cataract but more importantly we do not want to miss early glaucoma.
3. It could be something as simple as fatigue or a change of glasses...
nevertheless, it is advisable that you get a consultation.
ajit hazari
Answered: Wed, 12 Jun 2013
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