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Intense nausea, cold sweats, vision whitened, took ibuprofen, felt normal. What could this be?

Hi, last night I was woken up by feelings of intense nausea . I was also having cold sweats and a sense that I was on the verge of passing out (my vision started to white out). My husband got me some water and ibuprofen and after a while the sensation passed. This isn t the first time it s happened, but it s been months since the last incident. When I told my doctor the last time, she checked my heart and thyroid (all normal). Any ideas?
Asked On : Sat, 1 Sep 2012
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Such episodes are seen usually in cardiac disorders which is called as syncope. These syncopal attacks can be called as fainting spells too. This also happens when there is sudden fall in blood pressure or sugar levels in the body. I suggest assessment of blood pressure and sugar levels also. Take a nutritious diet and drink lots of water. At least 3-4 liters per day of water is normal recommended intake. Get your sugar levels tested with your BP. Keep pillows below your feet (foot end elevation)during sleep to increase the blood to heart and brain. Thanks.
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