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I have had some fatigue and feel woozy when I

I have had some fatigue and feel woozy when I am walking. I frequently close my eyes when walking a bit. I can focus fine and for hours when reading sitting up or lying down and watching tv. Standing and walking gives me the woozy feeling. I can even drive.
Sat, 20 Oct 2018
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