I have had problems off and on with dizziness and my son does too. If it seems positional (on rising, laying down and getting up) then they told us it is blood pressure related. My blood sugar can get high and I can have dizziness, and when it is low too. Also, my son's epilepsy medicine causes a lack of sodium (many of them as you probably know better than me are calcium and/or sodium channel blockers) and he gets very dizzy from electrolyte imbalance and lack of sodium. He has to eat a very high salt diet, his blood pressure normally, like most teens, is low then the medicine makes it worse. Dehydration can cause dizziness due to electrolyte imbalance, he drinks a lot of gatorade as well as eating a lot of salt, and I do too at times. Also, one last thing I thought of was minear's disease, a balance problem that is related to the ear and fluild or something like that. My mom had that. Also, when my thyroid hormone (synthroid) was too high I got very dizzy. The sun also makes me dizzy don't know why.
I don't know if any of this helps, I'm just a dizzy dame, I guess. May have something to do with your blood being so thin too. Maybe another doc might be better able to diagnose this. Another thing is to test your bp and blood sugar (if you have a test kit) when you feel dizzy, to rule those things out. You may be surprised given the current state of your blood, you are probably having some kind of fluid imbalance, since so much more fluid is going in to your blood. They can do blood work for it. Sometimes they just have to put me on an IV. If you feel really bad or scared, please go to the hospital. I don't think it's anything to fool around with. I hope you feel better soon and will pray for you. Gotta lay down, now I feel dizzy. Oh, the other thing is lack of oxygen due to asthma or poor lung functioning. Then some viruses and infections make you feel dizzy, too. Now I'm dizzy LOL!
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