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Teen, have blurry vision with black spots followed by black out on standing up, dizziness, headache. What is the cause?

I am 12 and recently whenever i stand up my vision becomes blurry and i see black spots, then my vision turns all black but it becomes clear in a second, I have also become a little dizzy and I had couple of headaches that one time turned really bad and I became so dizzy I couldn t stand up, what is happening? because I sometimes feel like i want to throw up and cry when this is happening, i become heated up very quickly
Asked On : Wed, 12 Sep 2012
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The symptoms are suggestive of decrease in blood pressure when you stand up; it is called postural hypotension. At your age it is very unusual and you must get thoroughly evaluated by a doctor. You must get your blood pressure checked in lying down and standing position. Sometimes anemia can also cause such problem. You may also need heart check up after doctor examines you. Take lot of water and keep yourself well hydrated.
good luck.
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