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Nausea, difficulty walking, dizziness, cold lips. Why is this happening?

Hey, it s happened 5 times before to me, and basically I wake up at about 5 or 6am in the middle of the night feeling extremely nauseous, so nauseous it hurts to even walk. I always made it to the bathroom so far, but when I get there before I m about to throw up, I pass out. My parents have witnessed it twice before and said I ve been out for a minute or so, give or take a few seconds. When I wake up I feel dizzy and confused, normally am extremely pale, last night this happened and my lips have been really really cold since. What is the cause of this, why is it happening?
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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Welcome to the forum.

You have not mentioned history of any past illness. However, I will try to help you. The symptoms that you are experiencing can be a side effect of any medicine that you have taken in the recent past. It can also be due a withdrawal sign of any addiction that you had in the past. You are in need of medical attention.

You should have a complete blood test done, LFT is important as your liver function needs to be assessed. Paleness, cold lips, dizziness are all symptoms of dehydration and low blood pressure. Your general health condition is not satisfactory.

Take liver tonic, vitamin supplements, avoid caffeine, smoking/alcohol or any other addiction. Take plenty of water, soups, juice and nutritious food.

Hope you have a normal menstrual history. If not, consult your gynae you need to be examined, take care.
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