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What's wrong with me?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 6, 2011
  • 04:07 PM

I'm almost 17 and I've been feeling really dizzy every time I get up, I see like loads of black dots which block my vision. I've also been having headaches for the past 3 weeks, which don't seem to go away. They're not realllly painful, but they're uncomfortable enough to know that they're there. Also, over the past 3 days I've been getting nosebleeds which last for about 2-3 minutes. I 've also been getting pretty clumsy, for example I fell down the stairs 2 weeks ago, and I haven't done that in like 10 years. I can't even see a reason for it? I know I didn't slip.. so I'm quite unsure.. I've basically been walking into things on a regular basis. Another thing that's been happening recently is that my ears seem to become blocked and unblocked on a regular baisis, when they're blocked iI have a ringing in it, but then it goes into a more shhhhhh sound.. I know that sounds weird haha... Is there anything for me to worry about??

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  • Without knowing your past medical history I would say to you you need to see your doctor as soon as possible. If you cannot get in then attempt to speak to their nurse and stress the nose bleeds with the floaters in your eyes. If you do not get a call back and no abatement of symptoms I would suggest a trip to ther emergency room. If you are using any illicit stimulants( and I am not judging, just concerned stop immediately). If your symptoms do abate then you still need to see your physician they need to be made aware. There are several things that could cause this from as minimal as allergies to more life threatening disorders. Good luck and I am not trying to scare you, but do not ignore this.
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