most mornings i wake up and have a cup of tea, then minutes later i feel dizzy. i had a friend check my blood with his mobile diabetic equipement and was normal.to be honest its worse the day after iv had some booze.i have gastritis and wondered if there was a link. the doctors answer was that she can think of around 60 reasons why someone would go dizzy....but it didnt enlighten me at all. i also have pins and neadles in the arms and legs (from the knee down) and to top it i have lower back pain if i stay in bed too long with slight reflux on occasions.
you are obviusly suffering from a non-pro-active doctor. If the doctor seems lazy to you and you find yourself taking action where the medical proffesionals should be, than take action and find a doctor who is interested in helping you, there may be 6,000 reasons why someone gets dizzy but a pro-active docter attempt to rule out atleast as much as possible given modern medicine. get another doctor, it might be nothing but living in cunfusion can lead to OCD, then ANxiety. get you question/concerned answered. Its You Right.
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