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Dr. Andrew Rynne
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What causes low blood pressure along with dizziness?

I am a 63 year young female fitness and nutrition coach and have always had low blood pressure. I have been experiencing lightheadedness and feel as though I might pass out several times a week. Sometimes just sitting and putting my makeup on or standing and talking with someone. There seems to be no logical reason. I just had my wellness check and everything checked out fine. Should I be concerned, this has been occurring over several months.
Fri, 13 Jan 2017
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As per your complain you have problem of dizziness that may be because of low blood pressure problem. Some medicine adverse effect is dizziness also. Try to treat your low blood pressure problem. Anemia or dehydration also cause dizziness problems. Ear infection or injury also cause this type of symptoms. Consult a physician for further diagnosis. Detail history and physical examination give exact idea about your problems.

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Dr. Rachana Goswami
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