I fell down 4 days ago. I just started to go to punch out at the time clock and was slowly running when I basically collapsed for no reason. No dizziness or anything. I was not even off balance. I hit the pavement so hard that I punctured my right hand at the back. My hip hit the ground too which really hurt, although it did not rip my pants. Today I woke up and after an hour, I started walking a little fast and felt woozy so I stopped and just sunk to the floor. Kind of like the other day, although I remembered what happened and that is why I stopped in my tracks. What could it be? Is this concern enough to see my doctor. I am a breast cancer survivor from 2007 and have been taking Arimidex and Celexa. I do feel tired a whole lot lately and my head has been feeling like it is swimming sometimes.
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