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I feel lightheaded and my knees go weak & I ve been smoking for 14 years. Is this related with smoke ?

Every time I smoke lately, I feel lightheaded and my knees go weak. I ve been smoking for 14 years, and this only started 2 weeks ago. I also have recurrent migraines and headaches, the first on the left side of the head, starting from my eye and going back, the second starting from the back of my head and spreading. Sometimes my vision gets blurred, even though opthalmologist finds nothing wrong with me, and I have a severe aversion to bright lights. I generally have low BP and my blood tests came back normal. Any clue what might be wrong ?
Asked On : Thu, 14 Apr 2011
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Welcome to Healthcaremagic Forum,
You know the answer for your problem. Smoking is the main problem with you. The lightheadedness is because of the migraine. Smoking worsens migraine. So better is to avoid smoking and develop health habits.
Good Luck

Dr. Naveen Kumar
Answered: Mon, 25 Apr 2011
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