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Sudden feeling of blurred vision, slow senses. Feel down. What could be the cause?

Earlier today I was just sitting not moving around or anything and my vision got really blurry, all of my senses were slowish and when I tried to move it s like my nerves didn t react right away and I fell over, it doesn t make sense if my sugars were low, it might be my iron..? I didn t faint, my vision just blurred and I got weak and fell over..
Asked On : Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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It can be because of low blood sugar or fall in blood pressure which are of course the commonest causes. But any other causes such as a possible seizure without complete loss of consciousness, transient ischaemic attack (where there is a temporary loss of blood supply to brain). Some of the rare causes can be of cardiac origin. Anemia also can cause weakness but it manifests mostly with shortness of breath. So, please rule out the causes mentioned above.

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