A few days ago I woke up at 6am to go to the bathroom. A few seconds after sitting down I started to feel dizzy, lightheaded, and nauseous. Almost felt like I was going to black out. This isn't the first time it's happened. It happens probably just a handful of times per year. It only happens when I'm on the toilet (weird I know). When it had happened before I would lay on the bathroom floor and get the cold floor against me and I would usually feel better. I did that same thing a few days ago once I had those feelings but it didn't work. I sat back down on the toilet and it was still there. I decided to maybe drink something with sugar. Maybe my sugar was low ( I had eaten dinner the night before and had popcorn before I went to bed around 1). I don't have low blood sugar but at the time I thought that would help. So I "walked", if you could call it that, to the kitchen and go some of that V8 fruit juice. I took a drink and decided to take the bottle with me because it was almost gone into the living room to drink the rest to try to feel better. As soon as I got into the living room my hand just let go of the bottle, I couldn't hold it anymore. I literally plopped onto the couch and felt as if I was about to black out. I thought that I would go wake up my mom just incase I did pass out. I made my way into her room and woke her up. Her bedroom floor is wood so I laid on the floor. After laying there for about two minutes and breathing as normal as I could I started to feel better. That was the end of that. Like I said that's happened before but that time it was the most extreme and longest it's ever been. The whole thing only lasted five minutes but felt like an eternity. HelpReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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