I have been experiencing dizzy spells and lightheadedness for quite some time, but it has recently gotten worse, anytime i get up from a sitting position or from a nealing position or from just bending over, i get so dizzy that i have to grab ahold of something to keep from falling. I have never passed out due to the dizzy spells but i sometimes lose my vision for a few seconds, everything just goes black and my hear gets messed up during these black outs, i never loose consciousness. I have a 1 year old son and so this is happening all the time and it just keeps getting worse and worse. I have never had a problem with high blood pressure, i have been told that i was anemic a long time ago. During my last pregnancy, i had all the symptoms of Pre Eclampsia except for the high blood pressure. Had some difficulties during the delivery, i went into some kind of seizures and i started hemorrhaging. They never told me what caused the problems, i really don't think that they knew what caused it. They did keep a close eye on me after the delivery, which i was just fine. Then when i went in for my 1 month exam they found out the i had cervical dysplasia. They had to go in and remove a good portion of my cervics. I don't know if any of this has anything to do with the dizzy spells or not. Just wanted to give my most recent medical history fyi.
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