I have these things that I call "black-out moments" where I get light-headed, dizzy, weak, and everything goes completely black. They happen very frequently, roughly about 3-5 times a week. A couple weeks ago, I was watching my baby brother and I had a "black-out moment" and I just collapsed. I was unconcious for a few seconds but I got right back up and called my mom. I had a doctor's appointment on Monday and had an EKG and had my blood drawn. Both results came back fine so I have to go to a neurologist on the 21st and see if I'm having seizures or something. I eat normally so it can't be because of malnutrition and they happen randomly, when I'm standing or walking, not just whenever I stand up too fast. I have no idea what's wrong with me.
Can anyone help? light-headed, dizzy, weak, black vision, collapse
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