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hi my friend started having real bad dizzyness in lightheaded about 1.5 werks ago it got to the point where shees get real hot then start seeing stars n hsve to lay down but that wouldnt help but she had a scary thing happen where she was on the couch in her eyes where closed in she heraed ppl talkinv to her n they started shacking her but she couldnt talk back but was still breathing it lasted a second or more n on 02/02/12 she felt her face go numb down to the middle of it it would also switch sides to the right and left but it would come and go. she has mvp 2leaky valves1 lung valve leak vein disease hypertension. what dose this sound like and should test be run
p.s. thanks if anyone can help.
How is your friend? Dizziness may occur when the brain does not get enough blood such as in sudden drop in blood pressure, dehydration, heart problems, stroke and bleeding inside the body. If she has history of heart issues and hypertension, it us best that she see her attending physician for further evaluation. Additional diagnostic tests such as blood tests, ECG, hearing tests and imaging studies like MRI may be indicated. Take care and do keep us posted.
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