Have you had your coratid artery checked out? Several years ago I had the exact same symptoms. I mean exact. After several trips to my regular doctor ....treated for migraines, ear inf, vertigo....all of them. A mutual friend set me up with another internist and he checked my arteries in my neck and my left one was blocked. At the time I was only 31 and it was quite shocking. My platelet cells were too high and my blockage was a blood clot. I was immediately put on Coumadin (blood thinner) and my symtpoms pretty much dissapeared immediately. I don't mean to alarm you, but it wouldn't hurt....it's done by a doppler ultrasound on both sides of your neck. Takes a few mintues and is painless.
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Thank you for the advice. I want to get absolutely every possibility checked out because there is definately something going on. Did they know what caused the clot? From what I've read a clot in the carotid artery is rare in young people. I'm only 23 but I'm on birth control so perhaps that could cause a clot. I see my doctor again this week and I will ask him to check it out. I'll let you know. Thanks again.
I developed a blood clot post operatively in my leg and was also on bc pills which I had to stop. Another gyn had put me on depo-provera (which I guess was a no-no) and from what I was told that once you've developed a clot your likely to get them again and that's what happened.
im 15 and im having the same thing going on now this morning i lost my sight and got reallly dizzy and then i sat down and all of the sudden i couldnt hear anything and i was shaking bad i didnt pass out tho but all day today ive been feeling pressure in my head my mom wants me to go to the er tonight idk if i should tho
Couple of days ago i had passed out three times one right after another. I went to the hospital and they did a lot of tests and couldnt find anything wrong. So they put me on a heart monitor. If that doesnt say anthing then what should i do. I keep having major headaches every day and night. I dont know if i should worry or what.
I'm 13, I have had the exact same symptoms since I was maybe 8 or 9. At first the doctors and nurse thought it was from hypoglycemia, but it wasn't. then they tested for diabetes, nope. But my last episode, which accord a couple weeks back, I did an experiment. the day I had the episode, I hadn't eaten breakfast, and i was in the sun, and very energetic. then I next day, i ate a huge breakfast, and was energetic. I was fine. the trick is to eat things with sugars that will last throughout the day. its low blood sugar.