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Narcolepsy and dizziness

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Dr. Vipul Prajapati MD

and novel dizziness, fainting, visual disturbances and muscle weakness are the following: 1)Transient Ischemic Attacks (seems to fit fairly well with you suggestion of pseudostrokes). The 2nd is Narcolepsy .... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Vipul Prajapati ( Psychiatrist)
Dr. Rakhi Tayal MD

an average man of my age. I have been diagnosed with a form of Narcolepsy , it is not too serious but I am ... and legs get paralyzed for a short time. I also get dizzy in my head during this period. I have... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Rakhi Tayal ( OBGYN)
Dr. Alok Sinha MD

I have narcolepsy and lost my dr when i moved having lots problems due to my illness can a dr help here ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Alok Sinha ( Psychiatrist)
Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar MD

hi, i have i problem with falling asleep.. not even kidding its getting worse.. im only 22 years old and i fall asleep standing up sometimes (rarely but it happeneds) mostly when i go driving thou. . any more than half... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar ( Pulmonologist)
Dr.     Alexander H. Sheppe MD

I have had narcolepsy for 50 years, treated with dextroamphetamine (beginning wth 15mg daily ...-label uses, narcolepsy the most frequent. My provider is taking this seriously and is committed to appealing ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Alexander H. Sheppe ( Psychiatrist)

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Dr. Suman Kumar MD

overcome by dizziness, breathlessness, and my vision filled with big black splotches. I quickly grabbed my ... experience with feeling dizzy, and not even my first in the bathroom, but this was the worst... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Suman Kumar ( Allergist and Immunologist)
Dr. Ilir Sharka MD

, cognitive deficits, headaches, dizziness, loss of appetite, nausea, shortness of breath, and a sense of unreality. He had a sleep study done a few months ago and was diagnosed with narcolepsy but didnt... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ilir Sharka ( Cardiologist)
Dr. Ilir Sharka MD

i want to ask about narcolepsy ? is it dangerous for our health ? i m 18 years old ,female....i got one of this signs 2 years ago..that is sleep paralysis ...that time i think i m just tired that s why ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ilir Sharka ( Cardiologist)
Dr.  Olsi Taka MD

I m doing this thing for a class in high school. I have searched all over the web but haven t found the right answers. My topic is being a parent of a child that is diagnosed with Narcolepsy (daytime sleep ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Olsi Taka ( Neurologist)
Dr. Srikanth Reddy MD

I live in Durango, Colorado. I have narcolepsy. My neurologist does not want to manage my narcolepsy. The pulmonologist only sees patients 4 days a month and I feel he is not available. The sleep ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Srikanth Reddy ( Psychiatrist)

Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr.   Tushar Kanti Biswas MD

Hi, Apart from narcolepsy 'Sleep paralysis' has been linked to disorders such as , migraines, anxiety disorders, and obstructive sleep apnea. Regards Dr. T.K. Biswas M.D. Mumbai

Dr.  Chobufo Ditah MD

Hi and thanks for using our services It is called narcolepsy. Hope this helps. I wish you well. Dr. Ditah, MD

Dr.    Mohammed Taher Ali MD

Hi Saraah It appears that you have a sleeping disorder referred to as narcolepsy. Consult a neurologist for possible use of drugs like SSRI or methylphenidate. Reply with thanks.