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I am having fainting spells, dizziness, fatigue, blurred vision

I went to the doctor but they all say i am normal what should i do this been happening for a while now? this is about me having fainting spells often like i had dizziness , fatigue, blurred vision , and vision blacking out
Thu, 22 Sep 2011
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IF YOU HAVE ALREADY VISITED DOCTORS ,AND IN THERE OPINION YOU ARE FINE,SO BE RELAXED.
CHECK IF YOU HAVE DEHYDRATION,OR STRESS.CHECK IF YOU ARE GETTING NORMAL SLEEP,UNEXPLAINED FAINTING SPELLS NEED TO BE EVALUATED BY A PSYCHIATRIST,DEPRESSION OFTEN MASKED IS ONE MAJOR CAUSE OF IT,
IF YOU ARE USING ANY DRUGS WITH YOUR OWN ,KINDLY STOP IT,RE-HYDRATE YOUR SELF WITH PLENTY OF FLUIDS AND REST YOUR SELF IN VENTILATED PLACES.
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see a neurologist and have an mri of the brain and neck done.
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