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What Causes Sweating With Blurred Vision And Headaches?

Yes, I been sick for almost a month they keep telling me its the stomach flu but I can't stand up for a long period of time I start sweating. I wake up with headaches. I don't think this is the stomach flu and sometime my vision starts to get a lil bury
Wed, 30 Apr 2014
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Hello!
I had gone through your query and understand your concern.
In the way you describe your symptoms are non-specific and o lot of condition can be the cause of them.
If I were you treating doctor I would first try to exclude the most common causes of these symptoms by doing some studies such as:
-Monitor your blood pressure to exclude either high and low blood pressure.
-Complete blood count to exclude an anemia(low red blood cells and low hemoglobin)
-Blood sugar to exclude a possible Diabetes (high blood sugar) or a hypoglicemia.

If the tests results are normal and these symptoms keep happening to you I suggest to consult a physician for further diagnosis and treatment.

Hope I was able to help you.
Take care.
Dr.Rovena
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What Causes Sweating With Blurred Vision And Headaches?

Hello! I had gone through your query and understand your concern. In the way you describe your symptoms are non-specific and o lot of condition can be the cause of them. If I were you treating doctor I would first try to exclude the most common causes of these symptoms by doing some studies such as: -Monitor your blood pressure to exclude either high and low blood pressure. -Complete blood count to exclude an anemia(low red blood cells and low hemoglobin) -Blood sugar to exclude a possible Diabetes (high blood sugar) or a hypoglicemia. If the tests results are normal and these symptoms keep happening to you I suggest to consult a physician for further diagnosis and treatment. Hope I was able to help you. Take care. Dr.Rovena