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Quick Question - May 12th 2010, 09:45 PM

Sorry for all the posts here. xD I've just been having a lot of problems lately that I'm curious about and it's not always convenient to ask my parents or my doctor (it was a five month gap between when I booked my doctor's appointment with my family doctor and the time I actually got to see my doctor). So, I guess it kind of started in March. I started getting dizzy and stuff. For awhile it was headaches and body pains all over, which is done with now. All of my other symptoms have pretty much gone away except for the dizziness, which is really hard to describe... it's not like vertigo, and it's not an ear thing because it actually doesn't throw off my balance, and it doesn't make me stumble. I just feel it. It's almost unsteadiness, but I never trip or fall or stumble. I'm not light-headed, either. My head just... has this funny feeling. My tests came back almost normal (save for the white cell count, which was a little high, but I think I was fighting something off what with the body-aches and such), and my doctor said that I should go on a low-carb diet in the summer to regulate things. I really hope it works. But... I still kind of wish I could classify my dizziness. I know it's vague, but does anyone know what I'm talking about? Thanks for the help.
   
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Re: Quick Question - May 12th 2010, 10:25 PM

I know where you're coming from with the dizziness and the hearing thing (I used to get dizzy and have ringing in my ears), my mum put me on multi-vitamin tablets with iron in them as she though I might be anaemic, and I have been feeling better since. Maybe some multi-vitamins could help you too? Though If you continue to feel ill, I would suggest booking another doctors appointment. x
   
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Re: Quick Question - May 12th 2010, 11:58 PM

That might be a good idea. My mom suggested it but we never really got down to getting some that are easy to swallow and aren't the size of horse pills, haha, but I'll ask again because right now I'm kind of hoping for anything. Thanks.
   
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