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Dizziness and Vision?

Okay so lately I've been getting dizzy spells. Whenever I stand up too quick or turn fast or do anything fast really, I get really dizzy and my vision starts to blacken. Its like a tunnel forms in my eyes and its black and fuzzy and it narrows before going away completely. I'm a bit worried and I need to know whats wrong. I'm 16 (well 17 in 2 weeks) years old, 175 lbs, a female, and 5'7 ft. I don't have any medical issues. Do you know what the problem is?
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667078 tn?1316000935
Can you talk to your parents. I would start with my family doctor. I am no doctor but it is not usual for MS.

Alex
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Hi there,

You probably should bring this to the attention of your parents, but what you are describing is not actually uncommon and it definitely doesn't mean there is something seriously wrong. Dizziness as you describe can be caused by many things eg flu, low blood sugar, a cold, and even poor sleeping habits, so speak to your parent's about what your are experiencing....

Cheers.......JJ
667078 tn?1316000935
I mistyped I meant to say the symptoms are not usual for MS. You should not be scared by yourself. Talk to your folks or the family doctor.

Alex
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