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Lost hearing completely, tired, horrible headaches, dizzy. What's this ?

hi i had this weird thing happen i had i kinda wightout, were i lost my hearing completely, but i wasn t knocked out or anything. this has happened 3 times in 2 days. before each time i feal fine then i feal just a lill tiyerd and almost right away it happens. afterwords i feal point blank exouhsted with a horibal head ache, and i feal dizzy and sick. can u tell me what this is?
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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welcome to healthcaremagic
from your description of symptoms you might be having vasovagal syncope which makes you feel all of sudden tired have dizziness and feel faint. it is usually preceeded after bearing down or straining alot.
other cause could be nervous problem may be you could be suffering from abscence seizures which leads to fatigue and headaches in post ictal phase.
i would suggest you need to be done investigations to rule out what could be causing the symptoms mentioned above,
i would recommend electrocardiogram to be done with ct scan of the brain with electroencephalogram to be done.
would suggest you visit a specialist to do full work up and further treatment
hope have been able to answer your query
get well soon takecare.
Answered: Wed, 6 Feb 2013
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