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nausea, light headed, moody, help!!!

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  • Posted By: joseph28
  • June 16, 2010
  • 04:00 AM

Okay so heres my story, the past few weeks i have been feeling lightheaded to the point where if i stand up at a normal pace a feel like i am going to pass out and a few times i have even stumbled because of it. On top of that the simplest movements make me motion sick, like rocking back and fourth or sitting in a rolling chair and rocking in it. On top of that, if one of my siblings shakes me a little bit i get extremely nasias even if its a light shake. Finally, i get extremely moody and emotional over the stupidest things that normally wouldnt bother me, and i seem to switch back and fourth over stuff almost like there is a switch in my head. Just so you guys know i just had a surgery a month ago for an unrelated issue and i had lymes disease when i was younger so i was thinking is there a way that could maybe be it again? idk let me hear what you guys think

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  • 1.we cant deny the fact tat it can be LYME`S DISEASE again cos lyme`s is known to cause vertigo n frank psychosis .. 2.it also sounds like postural hypotension .. wat drugs did they prescribe u after surgery ? any diuretics ? any anti hypertensives etc .. ?3. do u do drugs ? m a medico , any info u give would be of great help to find out wats wrong wit u ..
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